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    Question NAD 917 Tuner?

    Calling the smart ones......

    This NAD tuner has NO antenna.

    So I decide that I'm gonna try to pick up a pretty hard station to pick up! Well, it picks it up - FULL signal, STEREO, and PERFECTLY clear, no static or anything. NO antenna! Please explain.......
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    is this a station that your former PE could not tune in?

    seperate tuners like you have... are usually better at bringing in distant stations, better than receivers i've heard. this may be it..

    also some radio stations up their wattage at night. this could also be it.

    OR

    maybe the planets were all aligned at the same time and you were tuning it thru a black hole in the galaxy. :p

    Hey I thought you had a Sansui tuner? what happen to that? did you sell it already?
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    The Sansui is used in my other rig at my Dad's house.

    I am using the Tuner in my NAD for the rig here.

    THis is a station the PE could pick up, but not this good. Stereo would fade in and out ya know, etc.
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