The Reflect antenna from ccrane.com is not an amplifier, but just a very good dipole, the best I've used.
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A broadband Wineguard or Radio Shaft RF line preamplifier (with the FM trap switched OUT) mounted at the antenna head is one good solution.
The Magnum Dynalab Signal Sleuth, which I also use, is really nice because of its' tunable front end & variable gain. It is also switchable on & offline from the front panel.
However in either case you'll still need a good quality antenna as your signal source for quality results. Also be sure to use good low loss feedline, typically RG-6 coax.