|Brand Name||ANTOP Antenna|
|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.7 x 11 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||AT-217FM|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Color Name||Radio Antenna|
ANTOP Amplified Indoor AM/FM Antenna,50 Mile Radio Antenna, Built-in Digital Amplifier Booster for Stereo Radio Audio Signals RF Broadcast Receiver with Adapter Connector
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- ♬ REMARKABLE CLARITY -Built-in low noise amplifier boosts the FM signal and delivers super AM/FM reception, for balanced reception range.
- ♬ SIMPLE SET UP - Just plug into your home stereo or A/V receive and you can listen to your favorite radio stations in seconds.
- ♬ CUSTOMER SERVICE - If the connector cannot connect with your Radio, please CALL ANTOP customer service to get a suitable connector for free. (Available Mon-Fri 9 am to 5pm. pst)
- ♬ HIGH GAIN PERFORMANCE - Up to 50-mile signal range and multi-directional reception pattern assuring you more channel reception and fewer blind spots.
- ♬ COMPACT SIZE - You to position the antenna almost anywhere in your home providing great reception from music, sports, news and talk radio in your ares.
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1. Unit is so light that any strain/pull on the wires in back will knock it over
2. Playing around with the unit (a lot) leads me to believe that the power supply is very noisy and of poor quality.
3. The AM antenna, power in, and coax out are all crowded together in back, causing physical instability, in in my opinion, contribute to lots of signal interference- in short, very poor design.
Since the stations that do come in are so awful/obnoxious, and no rooftop antenna (renter), I will stick to CDs, digital files, and LPs.
Not very stable. If it were weighted or able to be easily secured to he surface, it would help. As is, it moves, it flips over, it falls to the floor it does just about anything except work well.