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Aerial lead for Denon AVR 1705?

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by Kart, May 23, 2005.

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  1. Kart

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    I have a Denon AVR 1705. The aerial that was supplied is not good enough as I live in a poor reception area, so I want to use my TV/FM aerial thats in the loft.
    The problem I have is that I can't find a lead with the type of FM coaxial plug that will fit into the socket on the back of the Denon.
    I need a FM coaxial plug with a wide outer part and a very fine pin. I've been referred to Maplins by Denon,and Hifi shops. Maplins say they do not stock such a plug and advise me to try a Hifi shop!.

    I figure someone else surely must have had a similar problem?

    (I have a similar question in another section, but Ive received no replies, so apologies for this repeat.)
     
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    Is this what you need
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    Thanks, but no it isn't I don't want to join leads together.
    I need a Fm coaxial plug to go into the amp, but the normal plug will not fit. I have the plug connected to the aerial that was supplied with the amp, and I have taken this to numerous shops, including Maplin, but I can not find anyone who can get me a plug, -or a lead with this plug on -or an adapter!
     
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    :oops: I'm sorry I think i am mistaken the connector would probably have worked. I was looking for a male plug similar to the one on the supplied aerial, and this was my mistake. I have put a female connector like the one johnscarlet suggested onto the female connector on the amp and a normal lead fitted into the other side.
    Brilliant, sorted. (I had the right connectors allready !!)
     
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    :D I just replied to your other thread , ingnoe it , dont tell anyone :smashin:

    John
     
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    :thumbsup: Thanks again for your reply johnscarlet.
     
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    Basic rule of thumb. The aerial connector on your FM tuner is the opposite gender to that of you TV.
     

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