Looked up the certification and saw this complies with Part74 and states this item is for NON- BROADCASTING. Also saw the word licensed with part 74.
Just going by the non- broadcasting it means the intent can’t be getting out to the general public. This is similar to the Canadian definition of broadcasting and non-broadcasting. It was certified…[Read more]
Yes that Sony ICF-801 is still available on Ebay new but used to be under $100 + shipping but now for some reason the price is around $250-$300. Amazon has none. Whole page of them on Ebay.
But can you convince…[Read more]
But no radio goes below 87.5, at least for the N America market. And 84.922 isn’t a designated frequency that a digital tuner would go to, especially a selective one. You would be detuned. The only radios that would receive it properly would be an analog tuning radio that goes from 76-108 or an older radio with TV VHF audio and wouldn’t have the…[Read more]
And to add, the IC number(on the Broadcastvision) for Canada is not valid!….as I forgot about that so yes you can’t trust this company.
Sorry, RFCCLebanon, maybe the Broadcastvision wasn’t a good recommendation.
RFCCLebanon, You can still use something better than a car FM transmitter that goes 10 ft.
Looked at that Rolls one and of course not certified for part 15 and connecting any BNC antenna to the jack at 40 mW will put you way over the limit but I noticed it has a variable RF control on the front. Probably with a rubber duck BNC antenna type and…[Read more]
TIB’s summary is (in the USA), a little easier to do as only BMI ($265 a year) is needed for over the air only part 15.
That is affordable but I don’t know what is required in the way of keeping a log of what is played for BMI. Do they just require a log sometimes, all the time? With me that would be the biggest hurdle.
Keith’s breakdown of the costs is good to know. $100 a month just for the streaming provider and $1200+ an unknown amount. VERY expensive and reaffirms my position with streaming. Canada is not near as bad(expensive) but there’s the cost of the provider also.
I will stick to over the air radio.
It must be very time consuming and painstaking work…[Read more]
Keith’s info. on the licensing in the USA is surprising to me as I assume that BMI and Sound Exchange costs apply to over the air Part 15? That’s quite expensive between the two of them. They actually knew what part 15 was and have a plan for it?
When I checked with the three here in Canada, quite a while ago now, they don’t know what BETS-1…[Read more]
Here’s why I won’t consider streaming, just from my perspective, some of which I mentioned in other posts.
Yes there’s the cost of music licenses(although not much) the cost of the app or program to do the stream….is it a monthly fee? don’t know, and the having to keep a log of what plays and when. Half the time I am not listening or asleep…[Read more]
Notice he is 75 yet his girlfriend is a model in her twenties it looks like.
Nice what fame and fortune will get you.
But I hope he will be OK. Loved this band since 1964 when I first heard them. Who would have thought that they’d still be touring nearly 60 years later! A sad day when Mick or Keith Die.
Only over the air. But if you are interested in a 1 or 2 hour segment I can do that as it was heard on air and in an MP3 file get it to you somehow if I know how to send a large file like that. Maybe you could use as a feature on your station. It would also have the jingles and I’Ds as played also.
Mark started the topic Will U.S. FM Go the Way of Norway? ‘A Thousand Times—No’. in the forum General Discussion 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Don’t know why 3″ records didn’t exist back when instead of 45s for singles.
Only the speed would have to be 331/3 instead of 45 so 1 song would take up the same space as a track on an album. In fact a lot of space is wasted on a 45 and a 3″ record would work at that speed.
Fantastic that records and turntables are not going anywhere. With all…[Read more]
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