Total posts : 45366
I am going to be transmitting C-Quam AM Stereo soon as my friend is going to add it to a Ramsey AM-25 for me. Now with car Radio’s put inside a boombox case and connected to a loop antenna the station should go quite far. And for FM you’d add a telescopic 6-8 ft whip antenna. You would need 8 rechargeable D batteries to make it portable and with some good 6 inch cones for the main and a 2-3 inch tweeters you could be rocking and able to DX on FM as well as AM and receive C-Quam Stereo too.
I did read somewhere that the FCC was going to make it mandatory for any receiver that receives FM stereo to cover AM stereo as well. If this is the case than we have some potential to get listeners.
There are some Radio’s capable of AM Stereo and are portable. One made by Sony costs $40 and that would be affordable to listeners too. The only thing you’ll have a problem is with the Hard sell tactic you’ll have to deploy to get them to buy the Radio’s.