"If you're not pleased with the FM reception you're getting, hunt up the Godar and give it a try. I think you'll find it a very $ensible antenna choice." -- Thom Moon, $ensible Sound, No. 98, Jan/Feb 2004.
We've tried a lot of different indoor FM antennas in our offices. Most don't work worth a darn. Trouble is, our building has a metal skin over a steel girder frame which destroys an FM antenna's performance. Here's an easy to install, compact FM antenna that really works! Introducing the remarkable Godar Electronics FM-1A "Super Antenna." The FM-1A is compact - only 17" wide, 9.5" deep, and 1" thick. Placement is easy - you can put the FM-1A on top or even underneath your FM tuner! For better reception, place the FM-1A near the window.
Inside the durable high-impact ABS plastic case is a 14-element stainless steel antenna array. The antenna is omni-directional for local stations and directional for distant stations - up to 100 miles away! And the FM-1A is passive, which means properly tuned stations come in clearly without hiss. The FM-1A connects to your tuner via a supplied 75-ohm coaxial cable.