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I have the same boombox and lost my antenna. I ended up going to my local Walmart and bought a generic rubber moulded car antenna. The studs that came with the antenna had threads and too large of a diameter so I carefully filed/ground the threads down until I acheived the correct diameter necessary for the antenna stud to slip into the antenna receptacle. It works great and looks as if it came with the radio to begin with. I hope this helped!