I ordered a Winegard 6010 HD FM antenna and a Winegard DS 2000 mounting bracket and had it installed on my roof by my electrician. I did it because I have a vintage McIntosh MR 67 I wanted to listen to. The antenna costs around $35 on Amazon, but I had to pay the electrician to install it. I didn’t mind because it works perfectly. I live in Southern NJ about 17 miles from Philadelphia and I get great stereo reception from WRTI, the Philly NPR station. I can hear Philadelphia Orchestra live Sunday broadcasts and the MET on Saturday and jazz at night. I love it. If you are handy and don’t mind going up on a ladder all you need is the antenna, mounting bracket, and you can add a TV/FM splitter if you have multiple radios. Everything you need for 50-60 bucks including coax cable. Hope this helps you.
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