Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Car audio
RE: Car audio
From: Meirion Williams [e-knowledge] <meirion_at_e-knowledge.net>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2003 10:23:17 +0100
Lol, I think the idea is you take the rockbox and FM transmitter in the car
with you! ;)
Ahhhh.. you mean when you drive away some other station comes in to range on
the frequency you were using?
It might be worth investigating on the net if your car stereo has a CD
changer connector. Could probably break it open and use the audio in lines.
From: owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:owner-rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se]On
Behalf Of Mark Bright
Sent: 02 July 2003 15:53
Subject: Re: Car audio
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 2003-07-03