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Twin Coil Ferrite AM Antenna - AM radio is filled with interesting music and talk radio shows, but it's reception leaves much to be desired. Thankfully you can do something about that, by picking up this twin coil ferrite antenna. It doubles your daytime AM reception range, dramatically reduces nighttime fade out, and cleans up the heavy static and distortion. Doubles Daytime Reception Include - Tuner control, Antenna element, Ferrite stick with 1/8 inch Mono to RCA connector patch cord, RCA Female Patchcord to two bare wire ends, AC adapter, 5 ft connection cable Dramatically Reduces Nighttime Fade Out Helps Eliminate Heavy Static & Distortion Tuner Size - 3.3 (w) x 4.3 (h) x 2 (d) Antenna Size - 8.5 (w) x 2.5 (h) x 1.3 (d)
I purchased a Sangean WR-2 AM/FM walnut tabletop radio as an added piece of equipment to complete my home entertainment's center set up. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Mantzefield
This antenna booster definitely made my favorite, but weak, AM radio station more listenable, but I was hoping for even better reception. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Missoula woodworker
worthless, overly complex, did not provide any improved AM signal - finally gave away to Salvation Army, won't buy Crane againPublished 17 months ago by bryan jentsch
I use it in inductive mode, i.e. I haven't direct-connected it in to my AM radio.
I placed the little bar emitter within the small hoop (loop) that came w/ my AM radio. Read more
this antenna works if your radio has a not so great built in am antenna them you will hear a big improvement in the reception. Read morePublished 18 months ago by larrymb
Not sure it even works. Theoretically it should work, but in reality it does not. Give me some more time to see if I can figure it out, but don't buy one until you hear from me... Read morePublished 21 months ago by CaronLegal
This definitely is an improvement. I can get AM reception where I couldn't get it at all previously. However, there is still signicant, bothersome static. Read morePublished 21 months ago by DWO