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Thread: Has anyone connected their existing antenna to their carpc?

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    Feb 2006

    Has anyone connected their existing antenna to their carpc?

    I would like to use the existing car antenna as an antenna for TV, AM and FM to a tuner card.
    Is this possible?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Low Bitrate grimor2000's Avatar
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    yes, just the appropriate female antenna cable and either solder it to your reciever, or put whatever end on it to plug into your reciever, depending on what FM tunner you have
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    Low Bitrate dfk70's Avatar
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    This post may help:

    need an antenna adapter
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    Maximum Bitrate wi77iam's Avatar
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    You probably won't receive a good TV signal on a car antenna.

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