I was recently given an older, but really nice broadcast FM receiver (88-108Mhz) by neighbor, but I am confused by the antenna connector and labeling. for the FM antenna connection, there are two spring lock jacks, and it is clearly labeled 75Ω, but every other reference I can find out on the interwebs refers to 75Ω being a coax antenna, and being sub-optimal for FM.
I can get a 300Ω dipole, and a 75Ω/300Ω balun adaptor, but all the adapters go to coax. Can I cut a chunk of Coax, plug one end into the balun, and on the other end stirp the insulation, plug the shield in one clip, and the conductor in the other on the receiver? Is there a better option (DIY or commercial)? Range is not a huge issue, I have plenty of FM options close to home.