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Radio i am having problems getting the radio set up, please help.. i don't have the denon antenna.

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You should be able to use any antena you wish. It uses a standard 75 ohm coaxial input. Any stereo shop should have antennas ranging from $5 to $100. Was that the only set-up problem?

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