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Audiovox Terk FM Only Stereo Antenna

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  • Distinct design
  • Omni-directional reception / directional when mounted horizontally
  • Frequency range: 88 - 108 MHZ , includes 6 Ft connection cable
  • Mounts on wall or sits on shelf
  • Instruction manual
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Audiovox Accessories Corporation
  • Model: FM+
  • Antenna Type: Internal
  • Width: 6.50 inches
  • Weight: 0.00 pounds

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 6.2 x 1.8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00008NJEP
  • Item model number: FM+
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Product Description

Since the very first AM/FM tower, TERK radio antennas have featured distinct designs and ease of use coupled with high performance technology. TERK AM/FM antennas fit the needs of every household by providing simple, practical solutions together with high quality radio reception. Enjoy music, news, sports and talk radio with the improved FM reception. This antenna installs easily and can mount on the wall or sits on a shelf.

From the Manufacturer

TERK FM+ Stereo Antenna

For two decades, TERK has been the leader in AM/FM home antennas. Since the very first AM/FM Tower, TERK radio antennas have featured distinct designs and ease-of-use coupled with high-performance technology. TERK AM/FM antennas fit the needs of every household by providing simple, practical solutions together with high-quality radio reception. Enjoy music, news, sports and talk radio with a TERK FM+ antenna. It improves FM reception Installs easily; mounts on wall or sits on shelf.

Model

AM/FM+

AM/FM+

FM+

FM+

PIB

PIB

ADVANTAGE

ADVANTAGE

TOWER

TOWER

EDGE

EDGE

FM50

FM50

MINI

MINI

Frequency Range: FM

88-108 KHz

88-108 KHz

88-108 KHz

-

88-108 KHz

88-108 KHz

88-108 KHz

-

Frequency Range: AM

540-1700 KHz

-

540-1700 KHz

540-1700 KHz

540-1700 KHz

-

-

-

Reception Pattern

Omni Directional

Omni Directional

Omni Directional

Omni Directional

Omni Directional

Omni Directional

Bi Directional

-

Amplifier Gain

-

-

20dB

-

20dB

0 to +29dB

Switchable 0dB/+11dB

-

Gain Control

-

-

20dB min

-

20dB min

30dB

30 dB

-

Output Impedance

FM: 75 Ohms, AM: 300 Ohms, Twin-lead

FM: 75 Ohms

FM: 75 Ohms, AM: 300 Ohms, Twin-lead

300 Ohms

FM: 75 Ohms, AM: 300 Ohms, Twin-lead

75 Ohms

75 Ohms

75 Ohms

Accessories Included

75 Ohm Transformer

6-foot Connection Cable

Power Injector, 75-300 Ohm Adapter, 75-75 Ohm Twin-lead Adapter

6-foot Connection Cable, 75 Ohm Transformer

Power Injector, 75-300 Ohm Adapter, 75-75 Ohm Twin-lead Adapter

75 Ohm Transformer, AC/DC Power Adapter

Power Injector, 75-300 Ohm Adapter, 75-75 Ohm Twin-lead Adapter

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

FM antenna works great and looks good.
Joe E. Perez
This antenna was intended to replace (and hopefully improve) the reception provided by the single wire antenna furnished with my receiver.
Ben Lloyd
So we wanted to upgrade to a small but better antenna to get our favorite stations in consistently without static.
Mom of 2

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

112 of 118 people found the following review helpful By TCB on July 31, 2004
This antenna is designed to be a step-up from the wire antenna that likely came with your system. I use this in a high rise apartment with a steel frame, which wrecks havoc on FM signals. The Terk FM+ does not pull in stations from miles away that you normally wouldn't receive, but local stations that I previously had difficulty keeping static-free now come in crystal clear. If you're looking for an improvement to stations that are within range but need a little improvement, this product is for you.
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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By N&D on December 4, 2005
If you already have antenna, this may not be product for you. If you have just piece of wire as FM antenna that usually comes with receiver, then you should get this one. It's nice little multidirectional antenna. I think it works the same or better than T type antenna. So if you need FM antenna and you live in the city, this is the one to buy. You may consider active FM antenna if you need to amplify FM signals. In my case Terk FM+ worked just great.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Vanderweide on September 30, 2009
Not as ugly and hard-to-hide as a 300-ohm T-type antenna or "rabbit ears", and every bit as effective; that's the benefit of this device.

Whatever stations your car radio can receive when parked at your home, this antenna will probably pull those stations into your home stereo. But if a signal is weak or sensitive to antenna position, this antenna probably won't get it.

Comes with a 6-foot cable ending in a 75-ohm F-type push-on connector (the same type of connector used in cable TV connections). The package includes a 75-ohm matching transformer that ends in two tinned leads. Therefore, it should work for most FM receivers out of the box; if you need a different kind of adapter / transformer, chances are Radio Shack has what you need.

The antenna has a swing-out foot at the base, to help you stand it in an appropriate location; you can also wall-mount the antenna, via the nail hook molded onto the back.

A major drawback is the awkward location of the cable connection on the antenna itself; for whatever reason, it sticks out of the bottom of the antenna, right near the swing-out foot. That makes standing the antenna on a desk a bit difficult; you really need to kind of hang the antenna over the edge of a desk to table, to give the cable enough room.

Overall, an exceptional value for the money. It won't solve difficult reception issues, but it will bring in local radio stations loud and clear.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Johann C. Rocholl on March 30, 2009
I bought this antenna to improve the FM reception for our receiver (part of a bigger stereo system) which is sitting in an inside corner of a steel-concrete skyscraper appartment. The static was reduced a little when I replaced the old wire antenna with this one. But the bigger improvement came with a 25 ft coaxial extension cable (purchased separately from radio shack). This allows the antenna to sit in the window, while the receiver is still in its shielded place in the back of the room. Now I can listen to some stations in clear stereo that previously had severe static even in mono mode. The coax cable is the same as you would use for cable TV, but you need to add a gender changer (small adapter with two female ends) between the antenna and the extension cable, and possibly a push-on adapter (non-threaded) for the receiver.
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61 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Kim Callahan on May 2, 2004
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A few months ago I moved to a new apartment - less than five blocks away from my old one. The radio reception in my new location as I discovered though was terrible! Who knew a few blocks would make such a difference?! I looked around at a few different options. I wasn't willing to spend a ton of money because I really don't listen to the radio all that much. Although I had not previously heard of Terk, they seemed to have a good reputation. I settled on the FM+ Indoor FM Antenna for both its price and the Terk reputation. While it may be slightly better than the flimsy contraption that came with my tuner, I didn't find it to be the savior I had hoped for. I still can't get in the station I really want and some others are hit and miss (I was able to tune in these stations at my old apartment). Perhaps I'm just living in a bad area for reception.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. J. Baranick on February 18, 2009
I live in an FM fringe area. I don't know how many wires, dipoles, rabbit ears etc I've tried. I plugged in the TERK.... Had to move it around to find "the sweet spot"... but now, I get clear, hiss-free FM. It's a great $15 solution for poor FM reception.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Brucer on December 30, 2008
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I have a new HD Radio that I bought to listen to one of the new HD Radio channels as it's the only station that plays Smooth Jazz here in Houston. The HD Radio came with the standard folded dipole antenna that worked but the signal would drop out from time to time - particularly when someone would walk by it (HD Radio is all or nothing as the signal is digital). For 9 bucks delivered this little antenna improved reception to the point that the signal is not disturbed by movement in the room and delivers consistent, reliable reception from its first floor location. I'm very pleased with it and even a bit surprised at how well it works.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Hewey on January 9, 2010
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This product replaces your old "T" type antenna. I was not able to find significant improvement in difficult reception areas with my analog FM. I was more pleased with the effect on my HD FM radio signal. I does look nicer and is much less sensitive to placement. Overall I have enjoyed this purchase and would repeat the purchase. (I have 5 of these, one for each of my various units around the house and at work.)
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