radio filter

hi everybody,

First off all , i'm new on this forum.
My english isn't very good.

problem:

i have a stereo with cable to listen to fm frequenties.
the signal i get isn't a real good quality and a lot of unwanted noise like when your on frequentie that doesn't have a signal.

there is somewhere on this site an answer , but i can't find it.

help me

it hase a cable , for a tv but with a big fiche, not like one from in my garage where the signal enters the house.

view link: http://images.google.be/imgres?imgurl=http://www.onderdelenshopwell.nl/images/CX100.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.onderdelenshopwell.nl/index.php%3FcPath%3D321_195_196_200%26osCsid%3D92c89f32f06944444801c91dc492298b&h=219&w=283&sz=9&hl=nl&start=18&um=1&tbnid=ssMePrqA9WHgHM:&tbnh=88&tbnw=114&prev=/images%3Fq%3Dcoax%26svnum%3D10%26um%3D1%26hl%3Dnl%26sa%3DN

its a pannasonic sa-ak330

alex4421 (author) 10 years ago
hi i took a picture and on my stereo it sais 'fm ant (75ohm)'
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NachoMahma10 years ago
. If I understand what you are saying, you have low signal strength at the antenna input of your radio. . I couldn't understand the page you referred to but it shows coax cables with Type-F connectors. . I think what you want is an "antenna booster", "antenna (pre)amp", or some similar name. . If your radio has a 300 Ohm (the flat stuff) antenna input, you will need a balun to convert from 75 Ohm coax. If you have cable TV, they may be carrying the FM band, too. . > it hase a cable , for a tv but with a big fiche, not like one from in my garage where the signal enters the house. . I don't understand.