FM Antenna

The most important thing to remember when it comes to FM Antennas is research. Not every FM Antenna is going to be suitable to every situation, meaning that you need to do your research and also shop around. If you live in a rural area, then you might want to think about a dipole antenna. However, this needs to be situated 20 miles from the FM antenna to receive service. An important thing to consider is that dipole antennas are usually very large. You need to be sure that you have the space outdoors to accommodate it.

There are so many different types of FM antenna, that it would be difficult to advise on one particular product. However, there are some things that you should consider before buying one. Firstly, you should consider the area that you live in. for example, if you live in a rural area, a stronger FM antenna may be required. How much space do you have? If you only have a little then you are not going to be able to accommodate a huge antenna. Let’s take a look at some of the options available to you.

The first one we are going to look at is the Terk AM/FM Amplified Antenna. At a ridiculously cheap price of fourteen dollars, this FM antenna is affordable to say the least. The first notable plus point about the Terk FM antenna, is the fact that it can receive signals from all directions, rather than just one. It also detects signals that are weaker, and at a further distance, and pulls them in too. Signals from this particular FM antenna are boosted up to twenty times. For some, this antenna may be perfect, but may not suit everyone’s needs.

The next one that we are going to look at, is a lot more expensive, but is an outdoor antenna. It is the TERK TV 38 – TV / radio antenna. Not only does this provide radio signal, but it also provides the signal for the television. There are some very obvious plus points to this FM and television antenna. To start with, it is HDTV compatible, meaning that is you happen to own a high definition television then the TERK TV 38 – TV / radio antenna is capable of working with it. This particular antenna is a directional antenna. This means that it only picks up signals that are transmitted in the direction that the antenna itself is pointed at. This is good if you want a certain station or channel, but not if you want to be able to pick up more. With a price tag of one hundred and twenty four dollars, this FM antenna may not be for everyone.

The final one we are going to look at is the Jensen TV 920 – TV / radio antenna. This is considerably cheaper than the FM antenna mentioned before, as you can purchase it for a very reasonable price of just fifty dollars. The good thing about this particular FM antenna is that it looks sleek and stylish, as well as being able to fit on top of a television without causing an eyesore. It has a six foot cable, and is very easy to install, and still does the job. It might not be as effective as some larger antennas, but it should still provide a good FM signal to your home. Remember to shop around, and don’t get fooled by overpriced FM antennas. You should buy one that is going to provide what you need, and at a reasonable price. Shop around to get a good deal.

This FM Antenna Review is Written/Updated on Jun 29th, 2010 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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