- Report: #1080860
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Complaint Review: Patuoxun
Patuoxununknown - sellers on eBay and Amazon & others Internet USA
Patuoxun unknown - company markets a totally BOGUS product at a low price, which makes it cost-prohibitive to Company sells a BOGUS AM/FM radio signal "amplifier" for cars, which does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING Internet
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See: http://www.Net4TruthUSA.com/JeepRestoration/RadioBooster.htm for a complete report, photos, videos, and schematic diagram that support the allegation I make in this report as empirical fact. Any electronic technician or Ham Radio Operator van verify that the technical information presented here is entirely accurate. The Web page referenced above gives you information on solving a weak signal / noise problem, and shows you where to get products that actually work.
I purchased this item - an inline "signal amplifier" on eBay looking for a signal booster for my Jeep radio, because I have a short "trail antenna", and live in the New Jersey Pine Barrens which is a fringe area for the stations I like to listen to. I am a retired IBM engineer, so before I tore my dashboard apart to install this thing, I opened it up to see what makes it "tick". [continued below]....
Well, a 10 microFarad capacitor and two resistors (see photos, video, and circuit diagram, on the above-referenced Web page) do NOT constitute a "signal amplifier" of any sort, and so the advertisement on on eBay and on Amazon (shame on you, Amazon, for not quality checking your products) are TOTAL FRAUDS.
HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of these units are being sold by sellers all over the Internet, and even on Amazon. No doubt, many of these sellers are not aware that the product is a ten cent P.O.S. that CANNOT POSSIBLY WORK, doesn't work, and contains no components that could be called "signal amplifier" or "signal booster" in any sense of the word.
Many people have devoted hours to installing this thing, and some have convinced themselves that it made a difference because they invested so much effort into its installation, but it is ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE that the device can amplify a radio signal, because there are NO TUNED CIRCUITS, and absolutely NO SEMICONDUCTOR COMPONENTS in the device at all.
The guy who (supposedly) reviewed this thing on eBay saying that it boosted his reception must be experiencing the placebo effect or he's smoking something really good, because such circuitry CANNOT POSSIBLY boost any signal. The most it could possibly do is filter out some alternator whine (on AM signals). It is more than likely this guy (if he's real) inadvertently fixed a loose antenna connection while installing this thing.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/01/2013 03:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Patuoxun-/internet/Patuoxun-unknown-company-markets-a-totally-BOGUS-product-at-a-low-price-which-makes-it-1080860. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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