Fancasee AM Loop Antenna 2 Pin Bare Wire Connector AM Antenna Cable Wire for Table Top Home Stereo Receiver Radio Receiver

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The excellent AM loop antenna apply to most home stereo receiver, comes with 2 pin tin plating bare wire connector. (Note: NOT for all stereo receivers, please check the am connector of stereo receiver before buying.)

Customer Reviews

Fine antenna

 on June 1, 2018
By Tony
Purchased this for a Aiwa radio I found in the flea market that works fine. I placed it in my office and realized I needed an AM antenna for listening to my baseball games while I work. I found this antenna on Amazon and ordered it. It arrived quickly and works perfectly.

Easy to assemble OEM replacement

 on April 24, 2018
By Retrouser
This is an exact replacement for the antenna that came with my stereo shelf system (which became damaged). It really helps with the AM reception.

Works pretty good on my older Pioneer receiver.

 on June 8, 2018
By David Snellen
Works pretty good on my older Pioneer receiver.

Five Stars

 on June 21, 2018
Works great!!! Easy to install on my receiver and does as stated in the description.

good quality product

 on June 2, 2018
By Alex C.
Fast shipping, good quality product. Smaller than expected.

Five Stars

 on May 22, 2018
By Amazon Customer
Works great! Thx

Inexpensive and Almost Invisible Basic AM Antenna.

 on June 29, 2018
By Marty
This is my second antenna, for 2 different rooms. Antenna works with little adjustment. Nicely designed to almost disappear once it’s attached.

AM Loop no instructions

 on June 1, 2018
By Fried Eagle
There were no instructions on how to assemble it.

Not sure if it is the tuner or the antenna …

 on July 17, 2018
By Tim M.
Not sure if it is the tuner or the antenna, but I get a frequent (about every 10-20 seconds), loud popping noise when on the AM band.