I've been interested in getting better reception from WMUC, the University of Maryland radio station which is about 3.5 miles away from my house and broadcasts with 10 watts of power. With a rabbit ears antenna and my Dyna FM-3, stereo was noisy so I put the FM-3 in mono when listening to this station. Later, I got a Jerrold FM antenna and put it on my roof, with a preamp.
The preamp system I used is shown here: http://support.radioshack.com/support_video/doc62/62029.pdf
I had a cable going to the top bedroom already so I rerouted it to go to the antenna on the roof. Now I can listen to the Dyna FM-3 in stereo. I put the antenna on a pole held to the furnace chimney with channel (sometimes called Kindorf), allthread and tubing clamps (see first pages of US patent 3463428 and US patent 4044428). I didn't include the rotator, but might put that up later. The antenna is pointed at WMUC and is a big improvement over the rabbit ears antenna I was using. The antenna can be folded up as shown in one of the pictures below. I also started using an RG Pro-16 stereo dynamic range expander with the FM radio to help reduce noise and restore dynamic range.
A piture of a larger FM antenna found on Ebay shown below
Link to Espey 200 am/fm radio and Pilot 100 stereo demodulator
Look up information about FM stations in your area
http://www.fmfool.com includes a forum
Where to find FM antenna better than the FM6
AM FM DX Link-o-rama
http://www.filedropper.com/electriccandleoct4-2014-edited 153 MB mp3 file October 4, 2014 -- long silence and two Fugs songs at the beginning deleted
http://www.filedropper.com/electriccandle15001800-oct4-2014 original 198 MB mp3 file October 4, 2014 -- higher quality than edited mp3 above