FM Antenna

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  1. Bob_S

    Bob_S Stunt Coordinator

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    I just got my B&K PT3 and I need an antenna, are there any that will plug into the coax on the preamp, and be like a car antenna, stationary, not a wire? Or should I just rig up something?
     
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    I have a terk that works pretty good, was only about $20 too, comes with the adaptor for the coax
     
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    I've got a B & K AVR-307 in a walk-out lower level below grade. Was only getting a couple of local stations with a regular antenna. Just put up a new Fanfare antenna on my roof and I can get stations from Minneapolis which is 150 miles away. I have so many stations to choose from now and it's great. Looks like a car antenna and you can hardly see it. I would definitely recommend giving it a try. You can get it at Music Direct.

    Cynthia
     
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    I bought this fancy 'amp fm antenna' that plugs into wall for power to make it better.

    But I noticed that the check strand of wire that I got with my 5760 is less static compared to the 40 dollars radio antenna that I bought.

    Maybe it is just my area, but that shouldn't make a problem.


    Keep it simple, with a wire.
     

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