|[AMRadio] RE: NPR, one solution for lousy radio|
bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Sun Nov 14 15:01:51 EST 2004
How much can you turn the power up, and what sort of range can
be obtained with it after doing that?
On 14 Nov 2004 at 13:07, Edward Sieb wrote:
> CCrane Company makes a fully built-up Stereo FM transmitter, digitally
> synthesized, and has a read-out.
> It has a built-in whip antenna, but there is an internal power adjustment
> that can be turned up.
> Here's the blurb:
> FM Transmitter
> Send streaming audio from your computer to your home stereo
> Broadcast a wireless signal from your XM radio to any FM receiver in your
> Transfer a wireless signal from an MP3 player to your car stereo or portable
> The FM Transmitter is a way to listen to streaming or MP3 audio. Just plug
> it into the headphone jack of your computer's speakers or sound card and
> listen on any FM radio anywhere in the house. It does this by taking the
> audio and turning it into an FM radio broadcast. Use it to send a satellite
> radio signal, MP3 audio, and more, to nearby radios around your home or
> workplace, even in your car.
> FM Transmitter features:
> Full stereo on any FM frequency of your choice.
> Exceptionally clean and stable digital tuning for drift-free accurate
> Selectable Power-Off Timer.
> Approximate line-of-sight range of 70 ft. Walls and metal objects will
> reduce this range.
> Runs on included AC Adapter or (2) optional "AA" batteries.
> Portable, fits in the palm of your hand.
> Weighs just 5.8 ozs.
> Size: 3.1" W x 3.5" H x 1.1"
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