This is the only compressor I have ever seen that works on separate frequency ranges and keeps each song sounding the same as far as bass treble and midrange like on the commercial stations.
Using this now and forever and replaces 2 separate pieces of equipment in a compact unit and keeps bass treble and midrange constant for every song like the commercial stations.
A recommended item.
A great review here……https://radiojayallen.com/cuthbert-6-channel-3-band-stereo-audio-compressor/
He designs these himself and suggested he should…[Read more]
Problem is so many members register and never participate yet the member list is quite large.
Also as mentioned everything gets talked about and it’s hard to think of new things to start a thread about but I contribute as much as I can on this and MBCF.boards.net(microbroadcasters forum) but I admit I respond to posts more rather than starting my…[Read more]
Mark replied to the topic Does equipment need to be Part 15 Certified to operate legally? in the forum Regulations / Law 1 week, 2 days ago
In the company’s defense they sell their products to countries outside the US where rules may be less strict so the provision to increase power is there although not promoted in instructions. They can’t get it certified for 50 different countries and have it operate at the max allowed for all places. I don’t think an FM or AM transmitter is made…[Read more]
Mark replied to the topic Does equipment need to be Part 15 Certified to operate legally? in the forum Regulations / Law 1 week, 3 days ago
Here’s something about kits and I think Canada is similar(or maybe not)
It seems that if you get it from a hobby book or design it yourself and not market it that you can use it following the rules. If you make more than five of them and you market it like Sean Cuthbert for example it’s n…[Read more]
Mark replied to the topic The 'Definitive' BETS-1 vs RSS210 vs RSS123 Canadian Unlicensed Intentional Radiator Guide in the forum Mark 1 week, 4 days ago
A question for Artisan if he is still checking this forum
This an old thread I know…..
Where did you find the section with Industry Canada on kits and their legality to use here? If I purchase a set of parts, instructions, assemble it myself as a hobby can it legally be used here as long as it meets the rules, even though not certified?
We’ll it seems that this proposed legislation is supposed to fix that.
But I can’t see BMI in the USA wanting $200 a year for a hobby station over the air that covers very little ground except the block around you and if you have a large property like a couple of acres, just your property and 1 or 2 listeners maybe. There are 3 main license fee…[Read more]
All this is news to me as I always thought radio stations always payed through the nose for the license fees. I think in Canada they always have as when I contacted the few license regulating organizations here and was told no fees are needed for BETS-1 I was also told but if you are a commercial station or streaming you pay, and a lot if you are…[Read more]
Besides the ones you tried try Play IT. It’s a free automated program too and that’s what I use as with Zara the silence detector never seemed to work.
I don’t stream online but 2 here that can help you with that, that do stream are Part 15 Engineer and Thelegacy. They can tell you how they do it. I think Part 15 Engineer uses Radio DJ.
I think this won’t affect part 15 but who knows. Don’t know if Canada has this in place but here, with our part 15 equivalent no over the air station has to pay fees.
Mark replied to the topic Does equipment need to be Part 15 Certified to operate legally? in the forum Regulations / Law 2 weeks, 6 days ago
In Canada YES! if it is a marketed product. Only exception is a “kit” which is NOT marketed that you design yourself or get from a hobby book. But you have to operate it within the rules.
I don’t live in the USA but as I understand(and I could be corrected) a transmitter doesn’t have to be certified to use it as long as it operates in accordance…[Read more]
Mark replied to the topic Radio Plays Outsized Role In Small & Medium Market America in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks, 2 days ago
My era starts at around 1958, I was 8 years old and I started listening to radio younger than many did, and my era starts quite sooner than my high school years, and since the radio played stuff from the past also, 1955 is where I start from. The end of the seventies is where I exit although some of the 80s rock bands I like.
Problem as I…[Read more]
Mark replied to the topic Radio Plays Outsized Role In Small & Medium Market America in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Seems radio does quite well still. In fact on another forum a forum member looked up the stats and found over the air radio has more audience than TV believe it or not!
But notice in the age groups and the percentage of listeners in the age groups to the various formats it doesn’t go higher than 54. Over that and radio doesn’t care about…[Read more]
Legacy, I responded to your latest post on Micro-broadcasters.
If you know how to with the help of an engineer to get a transmitter to transmit in MA3 good for you as most of us won’t. As for knowing the dark web to see how to do illegal things I don’t know how or want to know how to get on that.
Things you are talking about…death con?,…[Read more]
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