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Terk FM Edge

Indoor amplified FM antenna

Item # 209FM4000

The FM Edge uses Terk's Dual Drive Amplifier circuitry, which minimizes noise in the FM signal with a 2-stage...

The FM Edge uses Terk's Dual Drive Amplifier circuitry, which minimizes noise in the FM signal with a 2-stage...

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Item # 209FM4000

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About the Terk FM Edge

More signal, less noise

The FM Edge uses Terk's Dual Drive Amplifier circuitry, which minimizes noise in the FM signal with a 2-stage filter/amplifier. The amplification range is 0 to +36 dB, adjustable with a handy thumb wheel.

More signal, less noise

The FM Edge uses Terk's Dual Drive Amplifier circuitry, which minimizes noise in the FM signal with a 2-stage filter/amplifier. The amplification range is 0 to +36 dB, adjustable with a handy thumb wheel.

Reception sensitivity is enhanced with the newly developed Advanced Capture Circuitry, which helps lock onto signals in crowded areas, and also to improve reception for lower-powered signals.

The FM Edge's sleek good looks make it a stylish alternative to the clunky T-wire dipole antennas included with most receivers.


  • power-on/amplifier strength LED
  • thumb wheel amplifier adjustment
  • 75-ohm "F"-type to 75-ohm bare wire adapter
  • 75-ohm to 300-ohm adapter
  • AC adapter
  • 2-15/16"W x 7-9/16"H x 3-3/4"D
  • warranty: 1 year

What's in the box:

  • Amplified FM antenna (with attached 6' FM antenna cable terminating in a push-on "F" jack
  • AC adapter with attached 6' cord (12VDC/200mA)
  • 75 ohm F type-to-75 ohm bare wire adapter; Owner's manual
  • Terk Antennas/Accessories brochure
  • Addendum note

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Mark G.

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Overview: This antenna is a convenient, stylish replacement for a normal FM dipole antenna supplied with most receivers. As with any indoor antenna, it will not function as well as and is not recommended for use as an outdoor FM antenna.

Dual-Drive Amplifier (DDA) Circuitry: Captures radio signals and minimizes noise in an FM signal with a two-stage amplifier before boosting broadcast frequencies for less noise.

Advanced Capture Circuitry (ACC): Enhances reception sensitivity which helps lock onto signals in crowded areas. It also helps improve reception of lower powered signals.

Controls: The only control is a black thumb wheel that is used to adjust FM amplification (from 0 to +29dB amplification).  There is a red LED on the bottom front portion of the unit which glows more brightly as amplification is increased.


  • "F"-Type: The antenna is fitted with an attached 6' antenna cable terminated by a push-on "F"-type connector.
  • Bare Wire Adapter: The antenna also comes with a 75-ohm "F"-type to 75-ohm bare-wire adapter,
  • AC Power: The AC adapter can either be left plugged in (constant power will not hurt the unit and there is little electrical consumption), or it can be powered to a receiver's switched AC output, if available.


  • Frequency Range: FM 88-108MHz
  • Reception Pattern: Omni-directional, 360°
  • FM Amplifier Gain Range: 0 to +29 dB
  • FM Output Impedance: 75-ohms (adaptable to 300 ohms with included adapter).

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Customer Q&A

9 questions already asked

what is the mile range for this indoor home power antenna ?
[ joe  May 31, 2021 ]
4 answers
It doesn't work very well at all for me inside an RVEnter an answer to this question.
[ Jay  Jun 02, 2021 ]
I'm not sure of the maximum distance, but I'm pulling in a weak station from about 60 miles away.
[ Kenny  Jun 01, 2021 ]
Station's transmitter I wanted is about 5 miles away, on a hillside, with lots of buildings, etc., in between. Previously used the wire antenna that came with the receiver without luck. The Terk now brings in clear stereo reception.
[ Chris  Jun 01, 2021 ]
I live on the south side of Venice FL, and can receive FM from Ft Myers, approx 60 miles- except when the sun is at the wrong angle spring and fall. I also try to reach another station in the Tampa area, listed at 73 miles. I don't have distances to their antennas, but since I'm on the south side of Venice, it's probably further. The Tampa station is rarely available on this tuner/antenna combo.
[ Elliott  May 31, 2021 ]
I have a Topaz SR20 stereo receiver that .... within the specs ... calls for an outdoor antenna. However, don't see Crutchfield offering an antenna of this type for purchase?
[ Steven  Jul 23, 2020 ]
4 answers
I bought this item from Crutchfield a while back. I had one station I liked but my Sangean HD radio wouldnt pick it up. Bought this unit and found if I placed it in my living room window it comes in great. Then I bought a car version for my boat. That one worked great also.
[ Bruce  Jul 24, 2020 ]
To the best of my knowledge, Crutchfield does not offer full sized outdoor antennas. I purchased a Terk indoor antenna from them more than a year ago but found it to be wanting, especially in areas of weak FM reception. It will do fine if you have a number of stations in close proximity, however. An outdoor antenna is the best bet for good all around reception. Go on line and google "outdoor FM antennas" and you will find various vendors. Keep in mind that an outdoor antenna takes more time and effort to Install. Your receiver should be compatible with with type of antenna.
[ Dale  Jul 23, 2020 ]
I had a similar situation and ended up purchasing the Terk FM Edge antennae from Crutchfield. It does a very nice job of picking up FM Stations from 30 - 90 miles away and allowing me to listen to them with a much cleaner signal. I for one think this is a worthwhile investment.
[ BRIAN  Jul 23, 2020 ]
For most people outdoor antennas are not practical. I have used the Terk FM antenna on my Marantz receiver for a couple of years and have found that it works well. It is much better than wire antennas and offers a nice appearance. Unless you live in an area with poor reception you will find this antenna will satify your FM reception needs.
[ HARRISON BRADFO  Jul 23, 2020 ]
can i use this on my sony strdh590 receiver??
[ richard  May 03, 2020 ]
2 answers
yes it will work
[ John  May 03, 2020 ]
If your receiver has connections for an FM antenna it will work. Check your manual or examine the rear of your Sony receiver. I have a Marantz receiver and mine works graet!
[ HARRISON BRADFO  May 03, 2020 ]
I have a Sansui 2000A. What antenna is best for this item?
[ Darrell  Dec 05, 2018 ]
3 answers
"Terk FM EdgeIndoor amplified FM antenna" I use this product, but I have not seen much effect. I recommend you to choose an outdoor product. Thank you.
[ Yoon  Dec 05, 2018 ]
The Terk
[ Richard  Dec 05, 2018 ]
It all depends how far away you are from the broadcast antenna. I am about 35 miles outside of Philadelphia and the Terk helps to pull in some of the weaker stations, but only marginally. Some of the local stations don't need the Terk, the cheap dipole antenna that came with your Sansui would do just fine in this situation. I'd recommend you start there before you spend money that might not be necessary on a Terk.
[ Harold  Dec 05, 2018 ]
I have a Sansui 2000A. What antenna is best for this item?
[ Darrell  Dec 05, 2018 ]
3 answers
I bought one of these because I have a metal roof and cannot get FM reception. It didn't work.
[ WILLIAM R.  Dec 09, 2018 ]
I purchased the Terk FM Edge and have had good reception with it.
[ Roy  Dec 05, 2018 ]
i bought the terk antenna and gave great results and solved my problem with my system, thanks to the advice of the customer rep at Crutchfield
[ ARMENGOL  Dec 05, 2018 ]
What would be a good fm antanna to put in my attic right now I'm receiling only one local fm station ?
[ John  Jul 06, 2018 ]
1 answer
the Terk FM Edge helped me in my garage that has a metal roof. I was having poor reception on FM. It has made a big difference but it still fades at times . Jon
[ JON  Jul 06, 2018 ]
What is the size of this device?
[ Tom  Aug 09, 2017 ]
2 answers
8 inches tall, 2 3/4 inches wide, 3 inches deep
[ Walter  Aug 09, 2017 ]
It is 7 inches high and 3 inches wide, fits nicely on my stereo console between my center speaker and receiver. I'm quite pleased with it, works very well.
[ DONALD  Aug 09, 2017 ]
Will this antenna work with a Tivoli One radio?
[ N  Sep 15, 2015 ]
2 answers
The ant. Input on the back of the Tivoli os a 75 ohm and the terk is a 1/8" plug, so this will not work.
[ KEITH  Sep 15, 2015 ]
I cannot say for sure, but it does a good job for my Marantz tuner, we live in a depression...
[ MIKE H  Sep 15, 2015 ]
Had a crappy boom for years and got radio reception. Changed to a system with a receiver in the same location and now have no reception no matter what antenna I have tried. I have only tried the antenna from local retailer with zero results. I have a nice Bose speaker system and would love to listen to the radio rather than cd's all the time. Any ideas?
[ Katherine  Nov 18, 2014 ]
1 answer
I forwarded your question to an Advisor and they responded with the following: This Terk product should do very well for you. For the most part, the reviews have been outstanding on it and should be an upgrade over a standard antenna. If you get absolutely no reception at all, it might be an issue with the antenna input on the back of your receiver. If you would like to discuss further you can contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat.
[ Krissy  Nov 21, 2014 ]  Staff

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