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FMPRO FM-50 Indoor/Outdoor Dual-Drive Amplified FM Antenna captures signals in front of and behind antenna with equal strength. FMPRO FM-50 FM Antenna makes optimum FM reception of weaker and distant stations. Its Dual-mode amplifier allows a choice for best gain setting.
Product Title: Terk FMPRO FM-50 Indoor/Outdoor Dual-Drive Amplified FM Antenna
Power Score: 4.0 | 6 Reviews
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band Type: VHF
Dimensions: 2.50" Height x 57" Width x 1.25" Depth
Gain: 11 dB
Category: Electronic Accessories
Class: (Not Specified)
Product Model: FM-50
Antenna Gain: 11 dB
Brand Name: Audiovox
Connector Type: F-Type
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
Frequency Band: Weatherproof, paintable housingBuilt-in amplifier with switchable gain of +11 dB
Description: FM Pro Indoor/Outdoor Amplified Long-Range FM Antenna
Product Reviews (6)
This antenna works great for us. We are in a mountain area and this antenna picks up stations we haven't been able to get with other antennas.
By Jerry on Home Depot - Apr 1, 2013
Antenna works very well. Live in a restricted townhome so I put the antenna in the basement and now enjoy all the stations I couldn't receive before.
By KenK on Home Depot - Apr 10, 2012
FM Pro Indoor/Outdoor antenna
Strengths: works like it's supposed to
Weakness: none that I can think of.
The FM-Pro antenna
works like it
says its supposed to. I would highly recommend it for people who have problems getting
good FM reception for their radios and stereo systems. We are now getting radio stations that were impossible to get before purchasing.
By dlrw64 - Feb 8, 2008
Partial Satisfaction With Antenna Assy.
Strengths: Nice looking antenna
Weakness: Doesn't amplify weak signals; adds static, introduces cross-talk
On weak FM stations, turning the power injector on (for amplification) causes a significient increase in static with no increase in the signal. Sent (at my cost of $15) enitre antenna assy. back to Audiovox for repair. Repaired antenna now introduces cross-talk and some static on my favorite weak station (95.1) with no increase in signal strength. I physically removed the power injector and use...
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On weak FM stations, turning the power injector on (for amplification) causes a significient increase in static with no increase in the signal. Sent (at my cost of $15) enitre antenna assy. back to Audiovox for repair. Repaired antenna now introduces cross-talk and some static on my favorite weak station (95.1) with no increase in signal strength. I physically removed the power injector and use antenna with its amplifier off with partial satisfaction. I would not recommend this antenna as it does not fullfill its purpose of amplifying weak FM stations in Los Angeles area. Audiovox did not respond to my request for a partial refund.
By mahatgramps - Dec 18, 2006
We've lived in a townhouse for 15...
Strengths: Strong FM signal pickup. Better than any indoor antenna I ever purchased.
Weakness: Somewhat large, hard to hide out of view.
We've lived in a townhouse for 15 years and have been unable to pick up any FM channels on our stereo. With the FM Pro we are now able to get about 30 FM stations that are crystal clear. We live about 90 miles outside of New York City and are able to get many city FM stations. I would recommend this product to anyone who is having difficulty receiving FM channels.....
By pchelak - Mar 3, 2005