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The FM+ is engineered to provide music lovers with an advanced, stylish and inexpensive antenna system. A dramatic improvement in reception from standard folded wire dipole antennas. In all the Terk FM+ is a great way to quickly and inexpensively improve the quality of your reception.
Good FM antenna, just don’t expect miracles.
This is a passive (not amplified) antenna, roughly equivalent to an FM dipole antenna. Its advantages are that it is smaller, looks better, and, most importantly, is easier to install and aim. Being able to easily move and turn this antenna makes it much more useful than hanging an eight foot dipole on the wall and hoping it’s in the right direction. It came with both an attached 75 ohm and 300 ohm adaptor that will fit any fm antenna input. It also has a clever little base that allows it to stand freely but also folds flat for wall mounting using an indentation in back. I wrapped the antenna wire around the stand and hung it from a loop. This makes it really easy to rotate while keeping it high on the wall. Recall the first rule of antennas: higher is better. I’m quite satisfied and bought one of these for every FM radio in the house.
… did the trick man can listen to raido now good respchion its great
have a old 1980s Kenwood stero and live in a old trailer and I am old too but had a lot of stadic noice this antenna did the trick man can listen to raido now good respchion its great, now if I could just spell
We live in an old house in the Los Angeles area where radio reception can be hit or miss. (Yes, even though all the towers are up on Mt. Wilson, geography can shield you from the signals.) My husband wanted to listen to the radio in his home office and was having the dickens of a time getting the stations to come in. I was going to buy another Leaf antenna for him, but then I saw this one, which looked much more suitable for his purposes. And I was right. It worked perfectly right out of the box and now he can listen to any radio station he wants. Win!
Two words. It Works!!!! I have a Grundig Satellit 800 Millennium Shortwave radio, which has a Very good whip antenna. I hooked up this antenna to it, and it is pulling in FM stations, which I couldn’t pick up clearly as well as stations which I couldn’t pick up at all, and now its receiving them. I live “in the middle of nowhere” in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, where it is hard to pick up many FM stations. This antenna works! Period. Also the HD stations come in more clearly and through my headphones I can tell the difference between regular transmission (whip antenna) to, now the HD (this antennas) sound. I did place the antenna in my window. Not in the window was still good, but in the window a whole lot better.
performs well and takes up very little space.
Works great! Without any antenna I could only pull in one station (with some distortion). After plugging in the TERK, I am getting stations I did not know existed in my area. I chose this unit as I did not want to run a dipole wire antenna up the wall and pin it in place. This unit does have a “keyhole” mounting if wall mounting was required but in my case (and I am somewhat off the beaten path) worked fine sitting on the lower shelf of my TV stand with the receiver.
Excellent option for radios that accept a coax or bare wire 75 ohm connection. Good upgrade from 300 ohm dipole antennas.
Massive upgrade for my old 70s receiver over the cheap dipole antenna I was using. I noticed an immediate improvement over a station my receiver refused to pick up cleanly, despite more modern radios picking it up fine. It comes with a coax 75 ohm connector with a bare wire adapter for older receivers. Could not be happier.
I tried several years ago to improve the reception of …
I tried several years ago to improve the reception of my little Boston Acoustics FB radio by using a Radio Shack combination AM-FM aerial that was powered by electricity, the results of which were, well, negative. So I put the radio away until I moved just recently. Sure enough, the Radio Shack thingy did not work (again), so I did some research and ordered the Audiovox Terk FM Only Stereo Antenna. The results: Fabulous. I plugged the antenna to the radio (easily) and placed the gadget just a few feet away, and suddenly! I could get the ONE station that I wanted and that had eluded me all this time. I get other FM stations, too. As for AM, well I get only the one local station that my radio’s built-in antenna can pick up.
Hooray after only 30 years, I can listen to FM radio
I live 3 miles from downtown Dallas and in between the FM transmission towers. The FM radio frequencies bounce around like crazy. For 30 years I have tried several FM antennas without good reception. Static, fade outs and breakups. A person walking around the house would interfere with reception. Today, after the easy installation, I hear clear, crisp FM broadcasts. I give this product a hardy recommendation