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Radio reception Very poor reception from the digital tuner. Trouble receiving most of the strong local stations even after "optimizing" antenna placement.

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    Very poor reception on strong local FM stations. Solution! I returned it to the store.

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    i receive other am stations o.k but one station i like to list to 550 i get a buzz then it is o.k few second go by then a buzz

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There are 2 antennea wires inside the box. spice those wires and put on a coax connector

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If antenna optimization didn't work you'll probably have to move.

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Are you using an out door antenna? Digital signals are weak and fragile. Leaves on a tree between your antenna and transmitter can cause hassles. They are not brutal like the older analog signals of yore.

Now if you have a good outdoor antenna and local stations and you still have hassles, then the problem lies with the tuner section of your set. With analog signals, the weaker the signal the more noise in your picture. Digital does not work that way. It either works fine or you get nada. No snow but no in between reception either.

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With digital broadcasting, a strong signal is necessary. Unlike the analog days, when a weak signal just meant a fuzzy picture, a weak digital signal will cause pixellation (blockiness) or freezing of the picture, or may not even be detected by the tuner. Depending on how far you are from the station's transmitter, you may find that rabbit-ears may not work too well. You may need an amplified antenna or even one outside to get best performance.

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The phono works, but i get no sound when tuner on


This usually means that the tuner is not getting sufficient reception for the station you are trying to listen to.

Receivers come with cheap wire loop antennas try upgrading to a powered FM antenna available online or at your local Radio Shack.

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Turn on the radio and turn the AM/SW BAND switch to the AM position. MW appears in the display. Use the outer ‘fast’ tuning knob to find stations, fine tuning with the inner ‘slow’ knob
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• If there is interference from adjacent stations, place the BAND WIDTH control in the NARROW position. If there is no interference, leave it in the WIDE position.

• If there is excess background noise, turn on
the SW LPF switch, which may minimize the noise.

• If a station is so strong that audio distortion occurs, reduce the gain level with the AM/SW RF GAIN control knob by turning it counterclockwise.

• The telescopic antenna does not have to be extended for AM reception. The radio has an internal, directional, ferrite-bar antenna for AM reception.

• To optimize AM reception, swivel the radio until maximum signal strength is achieved.

All of that being said: It's very tough nowadays to receive AM in this 2008 electronic world. If your able install a longwire SW antenna outside, and have access to a good earth ground, you can boost the AM signals and beat the noise being generated all around you.

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