Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Car audio
Re: Car audio
From: Mark Bright <Mark.Bright_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 15:53:11 +0100
I have the "Sound Feeder SF121 FM Stereo transmitter", and with the car
stationary in front of the house, it works really well... Trouble is if I
actually drive the car - more than a couple of miles from the house in any
direction and I need to change the channel its broadcasting on.
If anyone living in the West Midlands (UK) knows of a 'Spare' slot on the FM
network I would be interested to hear...
Claus Helbing wrote:
|| Hello Andre,
|| Do you know of any good? I have the same problem.
|| I know that this is not quite legal in most of the countries but I would
|| give it try if I would know that quality is good at low power so that
|| the risk to be spotted is low.
|| ----- Original Message -----
|| From: "Andre Roessel" <RCS-Technik_at_t-online.de>
|| To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
|| Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2003 12:10 PM
|| Subject: Re: Car audio
|||| connect my AJBR20 to it. Now I have a new radio/CD player. Are there
|||| any general ways to connect the jukebox to such a player? Yes, I know
||| The only one I know is a small FM-transmitter/modulator that connects
||| to the arial line and will create a "personal FM station" on the radio.
Received on 2003-07-02