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I read he was using one tx. for left and the other for right. Could be wrong.
I recall in the early days before FM stereo was prevalent (60s) where a TV station would pair with a mono AM or FM station and transmit one channel on TV and the other on radio. It really was impressive in the days before stereo.
My choice of FM here over AM is due primarily to the fact that my listener sometimes uses the “main” stereo in the family room to listen. Otherwise, her stereo portable has speakers about 4 inches apart and unless one wears it on one’s head there is no stereo effect. Her other portable is FM mono. I use a Walkman with headphones and for this the stereo is worth it.
My FM range is intentionally limited to inside my house. I use the AM for most of my listening in-house and around the yard and it does a great job on classical music. Almost always, when I am outside listening (or under my truck fixing things) I don’t have nor want stereo because of the incovenience of speaker separation and background noise.
Anyway, it sure is fun mostly, but it is a drag not to be able to change programming or shut off the tx. according to my whims.