Out of desperation (I live in southeastern Nebraska and can only receive a few FM stations, and the only PBS/NPR station is hard to get) I unpacked my old Onkyo FM T-G10 tuner I bought 10-15 years ago.
Hooked up to a Magnum Dynalab ST-2 (up high in a closet) I can finally listen to classical music on NPR. Unfortunately only in Mono....
One thing I really like about the T-G10 is that it has 2 antenna inputs that it will choose from to get the best reception, or I can choose the antenna.
Summer has been way to hot for me to climb the hole into the attic and move the ST-2 up higher. I don't know if even that would help.
How about the old folded dipole FM outdoor antennas you can buy at Radioshack? Would they help?
And the Magnum yagi antenna, does that need, like one replier posted, a rotor...so its very directional?
Any other ideas that might help me get my one NPR station in Stereo?
BTW a friend is sending me his Magnum Dynalab FT-101A....maybe that tuner will get better reception.
thanks - Joe