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To paraphrase a popular proverb: a radio without an antenna is like a soldier without a weapon. In short, the car radio will not receive if the antenna is damaged. Theoretically, it is not easy to damage a car antenna - they are rather flexible, thin steel rods, firmly attached to the roof of our car. And what if we forget to disassemble the antenna before entering the automatic car wash? The GSM antenna mast will probably be broken. Fortunately, car radio antennas can be purchased at an affordable price and can be easily installed by yourself.

Products from well-known producers - Nagoya, Sirio, Import

In our store we offer you high quality radio antennas of the following manufacturers:

  • Nagoya (dual band telescopic antenna),
  • Sirio (rod antenna with a very wide tuning range),
  • Import (supporting VHF band and UHF frequencies in the 145-435MHz range).

In the latest car models there are radio antennas popularly called the "shark fin" - the mast of such a radio antenna, i.e. its most delicate element, is completely hidden under a protective casing (resembling the shape of the predator's dorsal fin). In addition, these types of antennas have additional advantages: telephone, navigation, digital satellite radio, as well as the Car2Car service (allowing in the near future to convey information about road jams between cars of different brands).

Car radio antennas

Radio antennas can be mounted on the front of the roof, behind the roof, or in the middle, there are also less popular models: for mounting on the windshield, door or tailgate of our car. Some can be freely adjusted (by changing the angle of inclination), others are fixed. To properly mount the radio antenna in a vehicle, it must be adapted to the mounting hole on the roof of the car. You can also use antenna brackets that are in our offer - thanks to them we can adjust your antenna to a mismatched mounting socket. A properly mounted radio antenna mast will allow us to receive an excellent signal of all radio frequencies.