I am in the "country" to a point, about 15miles from town,between Hawkinsville and Perry, and was wondering what antennae would do me good for scanning at the house with my Pro-96. I would prefer it to be around $50 and no more than $70 if possible.
The scantenna usually comes with a 300ohm lead, an adapter that reduces it down to 75ohms, a 50 foot length of coax with f connectors on both ends, and an f to BNC adaptor so you will be ready to just plug it into your scanner and start monitoring. (as long as your scanner accepts a BNC)rafale01010 said:Never mind, i just saw a picture of it. will it just connect to my scanner with no extra stuff needed?
Why not buy something that is well built in the first place and then you don't have to worry about beefing it up? My experience with the Scantenna is it's not so great as to expend all that extra effort on it.hoser147 said:http://wiki.radioreference.com/images/8/8c/Reinforcescantenna.jpg If you decide to go with the scantenna this link is to beef it up so as not to have wind damage...........Hoser