Antenna for Marantz 10B

I recently installed a Marantz 10B into my system. It has an antenna "block" with a ground screw and two other screws net to the ground that are labeled for 300ohms. I have a 75 ohm cable coming in from the outside antenna or a 75 ohm cable from Charter. I have hooked up the Charter cable to the ground and one of the 300 ohm screws and it works but is it the best way? I live in an area with few FM options so the best approach will have to be good enough. Sure is fun to see the 10B sitting in the system. The tubes have all been checked with a few marginal that I will have replaced soon. Who serves as "the oracle" for this "holy grail" of tuners? Probably worth having it gone through by an expert so I can listen to the few available stations with confidence. Thanks...
Congrats on your 10b.

Crooner gives excellent advice on these vintage pieces. He's helped me with my 10b's and 8b, so pay special attention to his posts.

What does your scope look like in the tuning mode? How high is the horizontal line? It's a great tool for optimizing antennas.

Get the balum that Crooner suggested. I'm thinking it will work better hooked up to Charter than your outside antenna. You usually lose 3 db of strength going thru the adapter but try it and let the scope show you.

I got the best signal from the Radio Shack 300 ohm folded dipole. They are about $6 and have little spades on them that slip right under your screws. You might try that also.

For "Oracles", you don't say which part of the country you live in. For the east coast I would use AudioClassics in Vestal, NY: west coast Mike Zuccaro in San Diego. Pack extra well. Enjoy.
I have had good reception with a C. Crane dipole connected to a Radio Shack transformer.
Thank you for all the valuable info. I tested the tubes with a tube tester I bought on 'gon a while back for my other tube stuff. When I install the balum I will note which tubes were marginal since I will need to order some soon. Again, thank you one and all.
Onemug is right recommended a simple folded dipole. Works wonders in strong reception areas where there is not a whole lot of multipath.

The original Audio magazine reviewer back in 1965 went one step further and glued the dipole to a wooden cross piece that could be rotated to reduce multipath. Excellent idea.

Marantz developed a couple of antennas for the Model 10B but unfortunately were never released.