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CONNECTING INSTRUCTIONS
FM ANTENNA CONNECTIONS
Since
FM
broadcast signals
travel along
a
straight, direct-line path, they
become rather weak
behind hills and buildings
even
in the
vicinity of
a
broadcasting
station.
FM
signals also
become weak
in
areas
distant
from a
station
even
though there
may
not
be
any obstruction to the direct-line path
of the
signal.
Therefore,
a
good FM antenna should
be installed
in
the most
effective manner
for
best
possible FM reception.
FM OUTDOOR
ANTENNA
ln
areas
subject
to
FM multipath interference
such as locations behind hills
or in the
shadow
of
buildings, an
outdoor FM
antenna
should
be used.
An outdoor
FM antenna
is also recommended
for
the
reception
of
weak and distant FM stations.
Connections should be made
as
follows:
1.
300 ohm
twin
leads
should
be
connected
to
the FM
300Sr terminals
as
shown
in fig. right.
2.
75 ohm coaxial
cable
to
the FM
75o
terminals.
Note:
When
a
75 ohm
antenna
is
used
for
connecting
to
the
antenna terminals,
the 300 ohm
terminals
should
not
be
used,
and
conversely.
T-TYPE ANTENNA
ln
areas near
the
FM station,
where
signals
are strong, stretch the T-type indoor
antenna
that
is
supplied,
to
its maximum,
and
connect it
to
FM
300Sl antenna
terminals.
This antenna should
be
carefully hung
in the
direction that
provides best
reception and
clarity.
The
antenna can
'then
be
taped
to
a wall
or
ceiling.
Note:
Consult audio dealer
for
detailed information
on
FM
antennas and
coaxial
cable installations.
75O COAXIAL
CABLE
INNER
(+)'
OUÏER
SHIELD
(BRAID}
Strip
the coaxial cable
as
shown
in
(A).
Loosen
the
screws
and connect
the
cable
as
shown
in
(B).
Then t¡ghten
all
screws
for
a connection
like
(C),
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CONNECTION
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