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Parts Express FM Dipole Antenna

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Customer Reviews

Excellent Antenna !!!!Excellent Antenna !!!! made a huge difference in the quality of signal and sound... i was using a single wire antenna that showed me getting full strength signals, but there was hiss and fade... This antenna has two wires running the entire length, and it is longer then my old one, so i can also position it better... Well worth the cost !!!!!5Yes, there are still some people who listen to the radio.When I'm not watching a movie or a video on YouTube or Netflix my stereo is on. I have a favorite radio station that plays the music that I like and I never turn the dial. I live in the middle of nowhere though and reception has never been great but this simple old school dipole antenna does the job just fine with my old school stereo. My favorite radio station comes booming in now.5Don't buyCould have done better if they stillSold 300 ohm cable. I would haveMade my own antenna . The antennaThat I received was made cheep metal lug connectors are crimped onNot soldered at all . Bought this for my vintage pioneer sx d 5000 thinking it would help . Nope not much .totaly worthless !2Inexpensive FM radio antennae. Item worked well for my old stereo. The reception is better if you raise the wires in the "T" formation. I didn't want wires up the wall and ceiling so Just hooked it up and ran it behind the stereo and speakers where it wouldn't be so visible. It still pulled in most of my local stations from 30 to 40 miles away. 5Fine for the purpose if FM stations are fairly strong.Use this only in a good signal area. Also, if your home is plaster on wire lathe, don't expect great results unless you can put the antenna inside the attic. Most FM table radios have the antenna built into the power cord. Sometimes the cord is difficult to arrange so that all stations can be received. If you have an external antenna connector (either screws for spade lugs or an F connector) be sure to match the impedance. This is a 300 Ohm antenna so you may need a balun to match the 300 Ohm antenna to your radio if the radio is 50 Ohm. This dipole is directional and designed for indoor use, but you get what you pay for. If you're in decent signal area, expect decent results (unless you live inside a Faraday shield).3Brought an old analog receiver back to lifeGreat little antenna. I have an old analog AM/FM tuner, receiver, amplifier in a basement. I was using a makeshift antenna and was getting a couple of FM Stero channels, with pretty low fidelity. I switched to this antenna and it pulls in FM channels just like it did when the unit was new, the signal strength is really good and the antenna is still below ground level in a basement. FM Stero sounds as good from the old receiver as from a new digital receiver. With this antenna you have to "Spread its Wings" to get it to work properly, that might not be estheticly pleasing to the eye. Not an issue in a basement.5I'm amazedI hooked this antenna up to my vintage Pioneer SX 1280 receiver that is in a basement. I attached the cable up as high on an outer wall as possible which means that it is attached to the wall close to the basement ceiling. I am shocked that I am now getting many stations at full or nearly full signal and a lot of stations with a good enough signal that they are stereo and have no background noise. Part of this is that the tuners in these old receivers are very, very good. Probably better than anything made today but still before the antenna I only got two stations at half signal. Highly recommended.5Cheaply madeVery flimsy. I was pulling it under the partition wall in of a cubicle. Plenty of clearance and it didn't get stuck. Came apart at the T.1Excellent simple FM dipole antenna. I've been a ham radio operator since I was a little kid, experienced in HF to microwave. I needed a 300-ohm matched FM antenna for my KLH Model 21 restoration and this antenna was the perfect match, literally. It's well built for its intended use as an indoor antenna. Like any antenna, you'll have to move it around to find peak reception on your favorite station and then pin it up in that position. I was able to bring a fringing, in-the-noise NPR station 50 miles away to full quieting with this dipole.Note that this antenna is made for radios with twin antenna terminals for 300-ohm antennas. If you have a 75-ohm connector (with an F connector, for instance), you'll need a 300-ohm to 75-ohm transformer like this http://www.amazon.com/300-Ohm-UHF-Matching-Transformer/dp/B0002ZPIOG or one like this http://www.amazon.com/Parts-Express-Push-On-Type-Balun/dp/B0002ZPIOQ depending on your connection gender.This antenna is simple and effective. Nice. 5Traditional FM Dipole, works wellI recently dug out an old 2 channel stereo receiver for use in my office, and needed an FM antenna for it. Rather than go with some kind of amplified antenna contraption that has to sit on the shelf, I remembered from my youth the good old FM dipole antennas that can be taped up behind a bookcase away from view. The unamplified dipole is fine in my case, since I live in a metro area and all I want to tune is a couple local classic rock stations, not interested in very weak fringe station reception. Although I probably have a few dipoles of my own from my youth, they are "somewhere" in the house, and more headache to find that to just buy a new one. This one from Parts Express was exactly what I was looking for, available at a decent price, and arrived quickly via USPS. Its a 300 ohm antenna with spade lugs, so if your tuner has a 75 ohm coaxial connector, remember that you are going to need a 75 to 300 ohm balun, which will allow you to use your 300 ohm balanced dipole antenna with your 75 ohm unbalanced input. These balun adapters can be found easily on Amazon or eBay, or at your local electronics store.Other than that, it is a good standard old time unamplified FM dipole that those of us around in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s will remember.5GREAT ANTENNAEWe live in a really poor reception area. I tried hanging a piece of wire from the receiver to no avail. Ordered this antennae and, well we now get radio stations again. Thank goodness. The world needs music, or at least I do. The best thing is that it was really inexpensive, and east to hook up to the receiver.5Shaped like a "T". Like it should! Did you know mice eat wires? I didn't until I couldn't receive any FM station on the stereo anymore and found out my antenna was eaten up. Got rid of the mice--with extreme prejudice. Bought this to replace the old antenna. Works really well. 5Low quality. It broke right away at the Y. Didn't even get a chance to hang the antenna. Pretty Junky. 1The antenna pulled in signals well in our remote area and works well.Now that Radio Shack is going/gone, Parts Express is a great place for small electronic components and parts. I've made multiple purchases from them both directly and through Amazon. Good value, fast service and the stuff works great. This is a pretty simple component, but I've also purchased small amplifiers and speakers, and all appear to be good values and effective in use.5
Parts Express FM Dipole Antenna

Parts Express FM Dipole Antenna

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€33,00
Sale price
€33,00
Regular price
€54,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€21,00)