Amazon Price: $24.99 $24.99 (as of June 21, 2018 5:58 pm –
Looking to pull in the FM radio stations near you?
How about HD Radio stations?
This is the antenna for you!
Receive FM and HD radio stations
Round dipole design
Pre-assembled – no hard work involved!
360° pick up pattern
Multiple units may be stacked vertically for increased signal gain
Superior construction to withstand tough outdoor weather conditions
Rugged mast clamp and associated hardware
Can be mounted in attic as well
Number of Elements: 1
Frequency Range: 87.5 – 108 MHz
Antenna Gain: 4 dB
Beam Width H/V: 360°
Front-Back Ratio: 15-20 dB
Impedance: 75 Ohm
Antenna Length: 20"
Mounting pole not included – Put B01LMAJHAU into Amazon search box for pole
Really good option to try
Excellent price on a very good working antenna. Assembly was literally a “snap” and construction is solid. Best of all, reception with this in my area was noticeably improved. I live 82 miles from Columbus and about 90 from Charleston, WV, with no great powerhouse stations in between. So it’s not like I’m getting many, many more stations. However, those I have formerly tuned in with hiss and background noise now come in better, cleaner, and more frequently than before.
More Bang for the Buck in a Very Limited Field
I bought this antenna to improve the signal to my
Little antenna with Big results
I live in an area that has poor FM radio reception. I tried to improve it with a small FM antenna that sat on top of the stereo receiver cabinet, but it was not great . I bought this outdoor Omnidirectional antenna and installed on an existing mast. It was easy to install and had everything I needed . The hard part of the job was running the cable in my attic and down through the wall behind my stereo cabinet. Once I got it hooked up the reception was phenomenal. I am very pleased with this antenna and the results I got. I was impressed that this little antenna could pull in such a strong signal.
Good Reception – Omnidirectional FM Antenna
I ordered this ViewTV VT-FM10 Omnidirectional FM antenna to use with the FM tuner section of my audio-video receiver. I have located this antenna in my attic. Assembly and installation was straightforward. The output connection is a 75 – ohm coaxial cable jack. A balun transformer is not needed, if one connects to a tuner or receiver with a standard 75 ohm jack.
Very rarely does a low cost product work so well. After trying numerous FM capable antennas from our local big box store I tried this in a fit of desperation. HD radio is hard to receive indoors and even with most outdoor antennas. It’s broadcast at a fraction of the power as normal FM. Well this antenna (and a modest pole mount preamp) solved all my problems permanently. From barely any signal, cutting out regularly, to perfect 100% signal. Went from 4 or so HD stations to more than 25. I live in a major metropolitan areas as well. If you have the skills to install this (going to take a cable run, mast mount) then this is what you are looking for. Easy to put together despite non existent instructions. I am loving it. I would also suggest a pole mount preamp for this unless your cable run is very short.
The ViewTV VT-FM10 Omnidirectional FM antenna works surprisingly well for my application. I have a home in the North east mountains of NH. My home has a metal roof and I was unable to tune AM/FM radio without an external antenna. Im 2+ miles in from the main rd in densely wood mountain side. I’ve tried amplified FM antennas in a window and could only receive a couple local FM stations. After installing the VT-FM10 on the roof only a few feet off the roof I am now receiving several FM stations from Canada, VT and NH. I am very pleased with the purchase and would purchase this item again.
It works on FM stations 50 or more miles away
It worked for me. I had a station about 60 miles away (in mountains), and it pulled station in adequately with the use of a good quality tuner. It is relatively easy to put up, but you need a special cable attachment to plug into it (maybe all newer ones use this connector). However, the new connector is definitely a lot better than the old screw the wire on technique. I am very happy with the product.
Do not waste your money on a amplified antenna
I have owned may different kinds of antennas. Do not waste your money on a amplified antenna, just BUY this ONE. Want results. Tried everything here. Got a couple channels have strength. Now I have many that lock on stereo.
Works well for me
This is working very well for me. It isn’t hard to put together, however I did bleed a little when my screwdriver slipped. The installation is quite easy, but I was just replacing another antennae that was damaged in a hail storm. However, you really need a tool to strip the wire and install a connector after you slide the weather boot onto the coax.