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I have a Kenwood AM FM CD, docked on Clintin River and get poor recption both at the dock and various locations on the lake. I have the regular plug in cord antenna. The radio is mounted on the port side (in cabin) away from the starboard side mounted GPS and VHF. Any suggestions on how iIcould improve reception?
 
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Just looked a the West Marine catalog. It looks like they make an inline splitter so your VHF antenna shares with you am/fm signal. Meaning that your VHF antenna serves both purposes. I think.
 

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QUOTE(Convincor @ Apr 23 2004, 08:32 AM)Just looked a the West Marine catalog. It looks like they make an inline splitter so your VHF antenna shares with you am/fm signal. Meaning that your VHF antenna serves both purposes. I think. Check it out. WEST
I am set up that way and get reception from far far away radio stations.
 

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my reception goes to hell whenever my refrig is running. static, etc.

better when its not.
 
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QUOTE(spacelord @ Apr 24 2004, 04:23 PM)my reception goes to hell whenever my refrig is running. static, etc.

better when its not.
Are you running an amp? When I installed my system, I put the stereo on a seperate fuse panel. That way it avoids any interuption from the stock equipment on the boat.
 
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