Question about JVC RX-6000V Receiver
We have a JVC RX 6000. There is an unthreaded plug in the back for a 75o hook for FM antenna. The receiver we have does not look like the repair manual as it appears as if there is or was to be a copper or metal center lead that comes from the back of the receiver. They have just had a piece of 58 coxial cabe stuck in the hole. The sound is muffled. The regular threaded fitting will not fit in or go over the existing plug in. Can you advise what type of adapter it requires?
I had the same problem and i gave up on the adapters, i ended up stripping a peice of 14 gauge speaker wire and twisted it together slipped it on the hole and it worked better than anything yet, been running clear as day for a year and half now
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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