Magnum Dynalab F-205R FM Signal Amplifier
The SIGNAL SLEUTH brings with it a whole new world of FM-stereo enjoyment. Whether it be Bach, rock, or current affairs, the SLEUTH will e x p a n d your world of FM-stereo entertainment, bringing you more FM stations, more clearly.
Put simply, the SIGNAL SLEUTH ...
◦ amplifies weak FM signals cleanly
◦ attenuates strong, harsh signals without coloration
◦ stabilizes FM antenna (and FM cable) signals
◦ separates interfering adjacent-station signals
◦ reduces multipath problems
Along with establishing a clearer, crisper sound, a most important attribute of the SLEUTH is its ability to establish and maintain a useable FM program signal level. In most cases, this will eliminate the annoying "flip-flop" stereo-to-mono-to-stereo switching usually experienced with many FM tuners having non-variable, automatic "blend" circuits. The SLEUTH FM signal amplifier has already awakened many FM enthusiasts to the brightness and depth available with a stronger FM signal. As a matter of fact, it prompted one customer to refer to his SLEUTH as...
"One FM accessory no true audiophile should be without!"
Easy to install and even easier to use, the SLEUTH model 205 fits neatly into just about any component or integrated receiver system. As such, it brings all its fine attributes to your fingertips while maintaining a sleek but unobtrusive demeanor within the system.
Along with adding phenomenal new power to home FM antennas, from single dipoles to multi-element, stacked arrays, the SIGNAL SLEUTH 205 features ...
◦ signal amplification variable from -10dB thru +30dB (30 times to gain) to bring weak stations to full quieting* and tame strong, harsh, local signals
◦ full tunability with a "hi Q," 400 KHz bandwidth. This adds some 70dB+ in Spurious Response selectivity
◦ an electronic antenna switching system to bypass the SLEUTH's amplifier when not needed. Also with the SLEUTH's direct "in/out" Antenna Signal switching system, instant A/B comparison is always available
* "Full quieting" is dependent on the tuner's requirement to establish a "50dB quieting level."