Many Hi-Fi tuners and other radios have input sockets that will accept the input from a coaxial feeder, and where no external antenna is used, a dipole antenna can provide an excellent solution. The FM dipole antenna is most likely to provide greatly improved reception over many other improvised solutions that may be used. They can be made in a variety of ways, and for minimal cost. They may prove to be the ideal solution for an internal FM antenna, possibly in the attic or roof space, or they may be used when a temporary antenna is needed. If they are to be used for internal use, then there is no need to use expensive materials to ensure they are not affected by the weather.
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Trying to make an fm antenna for my stereo receiver. Not sure of what to use exactly! Speaker wire, solid copper wire or? Also need to know what leads go to where on the fm connections. Thanks much for your time and thoughts. Thanks Jason, but why the thinnest wire possible?
Hook-up the supplied AM loop antenna to the AM antenna jack at the rear of the unit. Adjust the position of the antenna for best reception. Connect the supplied FM antenna to the FM antenna jack at the rear of the unit.
Nothing is as frustrating as a scrambled signal on your radio especially when your favorite song is on. Frequency Modulation FM is often prone to a poor signal which can result in lousy or no reception at all. However, FM antennas are designed to help improve the transmission of sound waves so that you can listen to your device loud and clear with no interruptions.