Originally Posted by Ratman
FM signals are carried between channels 6 and 7. So, any signal booster should work assuming you have a VHF antenna pointed in the right direction for FM reception. And... also assuming the FM xmitters are in the same (approx.) direction of the TV xmitters.
A simple 2-way splitter is fine. Boosters designated as HDTV are BS. RF is RF.
Get a splitter and booster with no "FM Trap".
Also... it would be helpful to know what type of antenna you are using (indoor, outdoor, make, model).
The antenna is acutally a homemade indoor antenna (I can't have an aerial in my current place due to restrictions, but will be moving later this year).
Its sort of a fractal / bow tie "hybrid" design, basically 2 small bow ties with some triangular patterns in them. Small enough to hang in a window and gets better reception than any store bought antenna I've seen. The cable run is not long either, about 14 feet to the TV.
FM radio reception is decent, but not great with just a small wire antenna. I'm also not getting 1 channel on the TV due to a weak signal, so I figured if I could hook up both radio and TV to the better antenna and amplify the signal I might be able to kill 2 birds with one stone.