The set up is that my house is located in a valley. If I try and use a standard fm radio I get terrible reception.
There is an areal mounted on a pole at the side of the valley that receives good fm, which comes down via a Coaxial Cable to the house. If I plug this into a radio I get great reception.
I would like to plug this cable into one point in the house and have it transmitted wireless to multiple fm radios in the house. Is this possible?
I know that I can get an fm distribution amplifier, but all the ones of these I've seen are cabled, (one coax in, 4+ out) so I would have to wire all the rooms with a coax point.
Another option that I've considered is getting several internet radios and just playing off the wifi. (lets call this plan B!)
I've also looked at a few FM transmitters, but and while I can plug these into various devices, I haven't found one that takes a Coax cable and re transmits.
The last thing I saw that might do the job is an FM Translator which is meant to rebroadcast the signal of a primary AM or FM station on a different frequency. Although I haven't found much information on these yet or figured out where to buy one!
So that's the setup, and some of the things I've looked at. I'm wondering is there any easy option I'm missing, or if anyone could advise what they've done in similar situations?