This incredible little AM Radio Antenna, drastically boosts the signal strength, reduces noise and improves reception on any portable AM Radio. No wires, no batteries and no gimmicks, this antenna works miracles. Using World War 1 technology, this AM signal booster, creates a huge radio signal field around the outside of the antenna, substantially improving the reception, decreases static and eliminates noise on any portable receiver near it. Simply setting this antenna behind the radio and tuning the knob gives a 200-500% increase on most portable receivers.
AM Radio Antennas | RadioLabs
Adding an AM radio antenna to any receiver is the single most important factor for increasing the sensitivity of your radio. Nothing else you can buy on the market, makes such a tremendous signal boost, than a good AM Tuned Antenna. RadioLabs has rigorously tested every antenna on the market, and we only sell the highest sensitivity, longest range AM Antennas on the market. Simple tuning knob, adjusts a capacitor, creating a tuned circuit, allowing for instantaneous transfer of signal to your portable or Console receiver type AM Radio, eliminating complex installation or paying an installer.
Different models of AM Radios, may actually require a wire. Well, just in case, we include twin lead, to fit the 300Ω input found on the back of most stereo systems. Simple tuning, boosts the signal on all radio receivers, creating a radical boost you can only see to believe. No external wires needed, nothing to install outside.
AM Radio Signal Booster – The RadioLabs PortablePRO AM Antenna is a beautifully designed loop antenna for enhanced AM or Medium Wave reception. The antenna instantly and dramatically boosts the AM reception of any portable radio, home stereo receiver or table top radio, by simply placing the antenna near your radio and tuning it, or, with this model, allows you to hard-wire the antenna to your home stereo receiver or table top radio with twin lead attachment. Amazing signal clarity and makes distant stations instantly sound like they’re local!
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