Rated 4.5 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Ralph0987 We live in a valley between two hills. Reception of local FM stations could, on occasion, fade out and have some static. I simply placed the antenna in the attic space. Did not want to mount it on the exterior of the house. Reception is much better resulting in a better sound quality. Very pleased with the product. 04/09/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by AtomTan Inexpensive and works very well... It did everything I needed it to do at a very low price tag. My location to FM radio stations is relatively close, but there were a few college radio stations that I like to listen to that were difficult (if not impossible) to pick up. I have a good location- on a hill overlooking a lake, so right of the bat I had that in my favor. With any FM antenna, it is best to mount outdoor and up as high as possible. I used a 7' length of galvanized conduit and mounted it on the roof. The antenna was simple to set up, is very lightweight and doesn't look like an unsightly monstrosity. In fact, I find it quite pleasing. After running a length of 50' RG6 coax cable to the radio, I fired it up and was picking up stations I've never heard before. I was quite pleased.Two negatives I did find:The manufacturer does not pack the antenna in bubble wrap or any other type of material- just a flimsy, cardboard box. When it arrived, the box was pretty beat up and the antenna arrays were bent somewhat. They were fairly easy to bend back, but I think Weingard needs to address this.The other issue was that both wires from the U connectors on the twin lead pulled out while I was connecting the coax cable. They are just crimped on. I would highly suggest soldering those joints before you get out the ladder and climb up on the roof! UGGGHHH!!!...frustrating. That aside, I think this is very good antenna at a great price. If where you live is more distant to transmitters, and the terrain is more challenging, a (directional) Yagi type antenna would be in order. 09/08/2013