I have this reciever and have never had a problem hooking up cable direct
You can purchace a filter that will filter out tv stations and leave you with just fm
I do find however by hooking up to cable direct that station tuning is is not on its alocated slot and some stations are doubled
OTA is better but only if you have an outside antenna
Not sure how you have made the connection to the receiver is there an in line amplifier installed somwhere also its a good idea to make make sure the cable is properly grounded to avoid any potential standing wave problems which in that case could damage the tuning section of your reciever
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if there is a mode button , press that and there is fm 1 whch is what you have , press again and you get fm 2 press again and you get fm 3
each fm number is a band width so select the band width that has most pf your stations and then auto select on it
if you have the owners hand book , the procedures are in ti for setting the radio
Hey there denisr, please take look at the display screen on the unit. If you see MONITOR, indicated in the display, then this is your problem . Simply deactivate via the button on the front of your machine. Hope it helps. Good Luck!
What's the make & model of the radio?
Most DAB/FM radios work from the same antenna, so if you receive FM stations, you should receive DAB stations in your area.
It should be noted that DAB transmitters work on lower power than conventional FM transmitters, and so you may be in a weak reception area (for DAB). It should also be noted that DAB uses different frequencies than regular FM stations and household appliances such as laptops,WiFi, microwave ovens, etc can affect DAb reception.
1. Plug your tape deck's output (cassette or R2R) into the EQ's "Line In".
2. Plug the EQ's "Line Out" into the Receiver's "Tape 1 Input".
3. Now plug the Receivers "Tape 1 Output" into the Tape Player's "Line In".
4. You have now made an "FX loop" for the Tape Deck. Now you just have to put the Tape Deck on "Tape Monitor".....put the Receiver on "FM"..... and turn on your favorite FM station and you will hear the FM Receiver THROUGH the tape deck's "Monitor Send" AND the EQ.............set EQ to taste....... and BINGO.......DONE!
Features Product Type Desktop Clock Radio Manufacturer Part Number SS-5010 Manufacturer Website Address www.homedics.com Manufacturer HoMedics EMEA Product Model SS-5010 Product Name SoundSpa Premier SS-5010 Clock Radio Product Line SoundSpa Brand Name HoMedics Frequency Band/Bandwidth AM/ FM
Tech Specs Product Type Desktop Clock Radio Manufacturer Part Number SS-5010 Manufacturer Website Address www.homedics.com Manufacturer HoMedics EMEA Product Model SS-5010 Product Name SoundSpa Premier SS-5010 Clock Radio Product Line SoundSpa Brand Name HoMedics Frequency Band/Bandwidth AM/FM
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although I would be surprised if the signal you have would be correct to supply your fm tuner, you may be better off with something like this (depends on how good your fm signal is locally)
Alternatively, and I know this sounds crude, poke a long piece of wire into the centre of the aerial socket on your tuner and pin it to the wall or a door frame, it often works if you have a decent signal to begin with.