On the back of my jvc mx 200, there is an FM antenna input that says F 750. How do I get it to receive FM broadcast?
Ideally, you need an FM antenna, which is usually a folded dipole loop, looking like a 'T' made of parallel conductor. The input impendance, symbol Z, is usually 50 ohms, so the F 750 may be
F Z50 with bottom of Z not visible.
F=Frequency modulated input
50=50 ohms impedance
The number '750' makes no sense, as the FM broadcast band frequency of 88-108 MHz is way below 750MHz (UHF), and impedance at 50R is well under 750 ohms.
Although a proper FM antenna is recommended, in good reception areas, such as near a city, a single insulated wire stuck into one 2-pin FM socket or center-pin of a coax FM socket can give reasonable reception.
on Dec 18, 2017