Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Seeking suggestions for good FM transmitter
Re: Seeking suggestions for good FM transmitter
From: spidermagnet <rokbokser_at_imtarget.cotse.net>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 15:04:36 -0400 (EDT)
I have ccrane's fm transmitter (~80, but try googling for online coupons).
It's tunable throughout the FM range, and has an extensible antenna. I
think it works fairly well, particularly in the open, and with no other
interfering radio stations.
If you're interested in covering 20 acres (and are able to follow the
instructions), Free Radio Berkeley (http://new.freeradio.org/) sells FM
transmitter equipment. It's probably $400-500 USD for a full mono setup.
Or if you want a sweet all-in-one rackmount stereo transmitter, try
They've got a 1w setup for 750 Euros, 5w fur 850 Euros.
Chris Holt said:
> google search for "Pirate Radio" you will find discussions, reviews,
> suggestions and more.
> Best of luck,
> On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 12:27:38 -0400, eD\\/ARd0 F/\\KEn^M3 wrote:
>> I just joined the list so forgive me if I rehash a recently hashed
>> Does nayone know of a 'good' FM transmitter? I tried these things
>> before and was not impressed. It seems that the signal is just too
>> weak. I know they're legally restricted but is there a source for
>> "strong" transmitters? I live in a rural area so I'm in little danger
>> of upsetting the neighbors. I would like a transmitter that would
>> allow me to get a clean signal in my car as well as be able to
>> broadcast to an area about 1 Acre in size. (Actually, 20 acres would
>> be great but is that asking too much?)
>> BTW< I live in the USA
Received on 2003-09-23
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