Terk TechnologiesAM-1000 AM ADVANTAGE Indoor AM Antenna
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The TERK AM ADVANTAGE is a passive indoor AM antenna designed for superior reception and extended ranges. Perfect for the sports or talk radio enthusiast, this antenna picks up stations that other antennas miss and tunes out static on many others.
The antenna can be placed right next to or on top of the AM radio-no wires or batteries are required. For an even higher level of performance, the unit can be connected to the receiver or tuner.
Enjoy AM Radio
Static and fading signals are a common problem for AM listeners especially at night. Frequently readjusting the radio in the hopes of improving reception can be frustrating as well as ineffective, especially if the station is far away. The TERK AM Advantage can help listeners overcome these obstacles and make listening to AM radio the enjoyable and often informational experience it is meant to be.
No more struggling through static to listen to your favorite talk radio show or for highlights from the big game. The AM Advantage tunes out noise and interference using TERK's Pin-Dot pre Tuning system to receive AM stations with greater clarity than ever before. Pin-Dot pre Tuning adjusts the antenna to receive a specific AM frequency. By simply rotating the dial on the unit, you'll be able to tune into the best reception possible often with dramatic results.
What's more, TERK's Pin-Dot pre Tuning lets you pick up AM stations you were never able to enjoy before. If a station (often a distant one) is too difficult to hear above the static, most people will abandon the station. With the AM Advantage, listeners can fine tune their radio to enjoy these hard-to-receive broadcasts.
The TERK AM Advantage is virtually installation free. It can be simply set down next to the radio receiver or connected to a stereo using the wire that ships with the unit. The second option may provide more significant improvement in reception.