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June 15, 2016

ZB575X-V TRIO SOHO Xtreme Tri-Band Verizon 4G Cell Phone Signal Booster, up to 5,500 sq. ft.

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ZB575X-V review and price:

zBoost ZB575X-V TRIO SOHO features:

  • Boosts performance on iPhone, Samsung, Android and other phones and mobile devices
  • Everything you need is included: amplifier base unit, indoor antenna, power supply, 35 ft. and 15 ft. of RG-6 cable, window-entry cable, high-gain external antenna, and mounting hardware.
  • Ideal for larger residential spaces that have reliable outside signal or for smaller spaces that have weaker outside signal
  • high performance tri-band signal booster – coverage up to 5,500 sq. ft. (up to 77 dB system gain)
  • Reduces dropped and missed calls and provides faster 4G data performance for multiple simultaneous users
Other Info for this deal:

Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
zBoost ZB575X-V’s dimensions and weight: check our reviews
Coupon: n/a

General zBoost ZB575X-V description
ZBoost offers the zBoost TRIO SOHO Xtreme as the solution to your missed and dropped calls and slow data inside your home or office space. The zBoost TRIO SOHO Xtreme ZB575X-V boosts Verizon 4G LTE data also as voice and text for all big carriers. It captures the marginal-to-dependable cellular signal you have outdoors and rebroadcasts it indoors, up to 5,500 square feet. Coverage will differ with outside signal strength, interior walls and distance from the base unit.

Recent reviews:

I have an iPhone 6 on Verizon. While I get a usable but weak 3G signal at home, LTE coverage is just strong enough that the phone insists on connecting to it, however too weak to really use data or make calls reliably. If I wanted to make or get calls, it meant remembering to turn off LTE whenever I was at home and turn it on when I left, which I was never going to remember. Verizon’s Network Extender only gives a 2G/3G signal, so it could have done nothing to crack the problem. This booster is not cheap, however so far, I am impressed. My installation was far from ideal. I live in a small apartment on the 2nd floor of a tall building. Installing it in a strong-signal place like the roof wasn’t an choice & 8211; the best I could do was to stick it outside directly above my kitchen window (I ended up using mounting tape to hold it to the side of the building, since drilling holes in the outside walls isn’t something we are allowed to do. ) The signal from that place wasn’t especially strong to start with. Other fun things about my setup:- I had to purchase a flat window cable and a second spool of coaxial to snake the cord through my kitchen window. More interconnections, more signal degradation. – I ended up using exactly 65 feet of cable – the maximum permissible length for RG-6 as indicated by the information. – The information frequently insist that you need at least 15 feet of vertical distance between the base station and the outside antenna. I can not have had more than about 10 feet vertical (though about 30 feet horizontally. )In other words, it could not have surprised me at all if the booster did nothing, given all the caveats of my installation. But, so far it looks to be working great.

I had an older zBoost (YX510-PCS-CEL) with the behind directional outside antenna. It worked great with my old Motorola non-smart phone and old 3G carrier. When I changed to an iPhone and changed carriers to AT&T, it totally stopped working. If you disable Wi-Fi and (in Cellular) disable LTE, your iPhone will tell you exactly what type signal it’s to get. Way out in the country, mine was all 4G. Without the zBoost, I only get 1 bar in the house and frequently “no service”. Outside is 1 or 2 bars but who wants to have to go outside every time a call is required. So I bit the bullet and bought the new ZB575-A for AT&T 4G. Here is what I found: With the base unit connected to my old 3G directional antenna (which zBoost Technical Support told me could not work), I had a standby 5 bars But when I placed a call, it dropped down to 1 bar. Still an improvement over no increase but a little disappointing. I swapped out the old antenna (outside on the house eave) for the new uni-directional stick antenna (came with the unit). Now I have 3-4 bars standby and 3-4 bars when making a call. As much as you may be “happy” over a “thing”, I am happy Thanks to zBoost for great Technical Support.. Two more notes. If your cell phone signal is only 4G, you seemingly must have one of the newer zBoost 4G merchandise to work. Also, as indicated by zBoost, the number of bars you have in standby when in the surrounding area of a zBoost product isn’t an indication of phone signal strength; it’s being influenced by background sound from the zBoost. You have to be making a call for the signal strength meter to give an real value.

Just moved and couldn’t talk on our phones less use the internet. Live in a valley in a rural area. Put the antenna on the roof on a 6 foot pole. I now have flawless phone conversations and good internet. Went from “Internet not available” to 3 bars of 4g. We have 2 story house and put the receiver on the second floor center of the house (square shaped 1k square feet per floor). We seem to get a strong signal everywhere except on the outside porch. There it’s usable, just slower and still good phone calls. All in all, I was worked about the price at 1st, however couldn’t be happier. Only bad thing was to get on the roof and running the coax cable through the attic in July. In retrospect, should have paid someone. Just get the antenna as high as possible.

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