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Old 06-08-2014, 09:17 PM   #11
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Thanks zs325RES

I used the TV antenna from the bedroom with and adapter to connect to my radio, Bingo, all work fine now. Since we do not have a TV set in the bedroom, why not using that outlet.

So Thanks zs325RES for the input.

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Old 06-10-2014, 09:49 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by volwing1 View Post
the F fitting does not mate with my RCA ant. terminal. I soldered a coax to the FM ant wire and connected to the roof ant TV connector.. no reception improvement. The coax center wire was the one soldered.
I have to clarify - it was not an 'F' connector, but a slip-on (not screw on) coaxial connector. These are the cheap-and-dirty versions of coaxial connectors. I had a short 6' cable with these ends on that worked well.
Make sure you tap into the 'output' of your antenna amplifier.

@Electroblast - Glad it worked. Happy to have helped by sharing.


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