Online orders & demonstration rooms are operating as normal. Read more here »
Vertical Outdoor/Indoor FM antenna with 7.5 metres of cable
The finest FM tuner in the world won't perform much better than a mediocre component if you don't have it connected to a quality antenna. Don't starve your tuner for signals. Feed it the RF nourishment it needs with the Magnum Dynalab ST-2. It brings out the best in any quality tuner or receiver.
"Even indoors, it worked very well," reports Paul Schumann in SoundStage! magazine online.
This powerful single element dipole FM antenna is the best affordably priced indoor/outdoor antenna we've tested!
A more powerful FM Antenna than any single element dipole antenna, the ST-2 vertical antenna is probably one of the best things ever to happen to FM listeners in urban and fringe reception areas alike.
Concentrating its reception "focus" only on the horizontal plane, the ST-2 FM Antenna is capable of getting more signal to your FM tuner with less "flutter" and "fading."
The ST-2 FM Antenna is also less susceptible to "multipath interference," due to its unique vertical polarization.
Right from its PH17-7 stainless steel whip through the gold-plated coil coupling to the stainless-steel encased, precision-wound loading coil, the ST-2 FM Antenna is built tough. Yet it passes the most fragile of FM signals to your FM tuner's circuitry with the kind of strength sometimes found only with much larger, multi-element fm antennas.
Being a 1/2 wave design and not requiring a "ground plane" or counterpoise," it is equally at home mounted on a mast, a balcony, hanging in the window or from a tree. The ST-2 FM Antenna offers greatly enhanced FM tuning performance,and signal strength.
A fabulous Magnum Dynalab tuner that has the appropriate aerial is a joy to listen to. Absolutely quiet and faithful signal so one can hear the music as intended. Even the spoken word is now as accurate as you'd like - no overtones. Worth the money.
Was this helpful to you? Yes / No
This review has not been appraised.
Because I live in an multi occupancy flat fitting an external aerial is out of the question, so the only option is to go for one of the best in/out I could get, much better than one of the aerial's that comes with the tuner, even in a rural location I'm picking up a lot more stations than I did before, a clearer & stronger signal as well, the only way it can get better, I'm thinking of getting an signal booster & maybe a dedicated dab aerial, it's a shame that Magnum don't do them. Expensive Yes but well worth it.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Home > Hi Fi > Tuners