how did they do that....
davekase at pdqlocks.com
Thu Feb 23 15:59:24 EST 2006
That is how my Sirius radio works and it is fine. No issues unless I
travel into a place that has a local station on the same frequency.
Then I can just change the frequency on my Sirius unit.
auditodd at comcast.net wrote:
>I disagree, I think the FM broadcast modules are pretty cool.
>>Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 14:17:34 -0500
>>From: "Jason Kohls" <jasonkohls at gmail.com>
>>Subject: Re: how'd they do that?
>>To: "Tessie McMillan" <tessmc at drizzle.com>
>>Cc: quattro at audifans.com
>>Don't let them try to sell you one of those FM broadcast/receiver
>>units that allows you to "tune into" your portable songs on your car's
>>radio. They don't work good at all.
>>On 2/23/06, Tessie McMillan <tessmc at drizzle.com> wrote:
>>>I've seen folks who have integrated their modern media players with
>>>the stereo systems in their cars. The cars are fairly new models though,
>>>with such goodies as onboard GPS, etc.
>>>I have the original radio/tape deck in my '88 and for various reasons am
>>>not planning on changing it. But I'd like to tote around a portable media
>>>player and listen to it without headphones. Is there any kind of unit
>>>that can send a signal to my _old fashioned stereo_ so my stereo system
>>>will amplify the portable media player?
>>>Have any of you actually done this? How'd you do it?
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