best indoor antenna for FM reception?

Which antenna is better at reducing multipath and signal hiss from FM broadcasts? The Fanfare -2 or the Magnum Dynalab ST-2? I listen to jazz & blues stations from Toronto and the Western New York area
Signal hiss is mainly due to a week signal. You need either a very sensitive tuner (if you don't already have one) and/or an outside antenna, or a amplifier such as is made by Magnum to get rid of the hiss.

To reduce multipath you need a directional antenna, not an omni, which you can point directly at the transmitter. Some omni's, if placed horizontally, will act as a directional antenna.

Were I you I would look into the Godar line of antennas. As always, an outside antenna is best.
I use the Fanfare 2 (similar to ST-2 which I used to have) and notice placed outside is much better than used inside my home. I am in Chicago suburb.
Terk, Godar, APS, MD..... The MD and FanFare are over rated and over priced. The Godar, both models 1 and 2, and Terk 50 are good and best value. The APS Attic InTenna is expensive yet a great concept that can work very well. You can reproduce a likeness to the APS for less $ and have fun doing so. It is a common design similar to wi-fi capturing devices. Definitely forgo antennas with boosters or amplifiers, as they add ugly unwanted nioise even at their lowest settings. These are my opinions and my limited first hand experiences.