All is interesting! I had an uncle who gave me a old radio I think it was from a DeSoto, I connected it up to a storage battery in my parents basement at the time, I was about 14 years old. I remember the songs I heard on it, that was in 1960.
Like the rest of you, I learned a lot from that radio. I don’t have it anymore, not sure what I ever did…[Read more]
your doing it right, jsut try one picture as a test make sure it dosnt exceed the 512 per post, it takes a few seconds to send, just try one to test, if the picture is too big it will say that on the posted message just like mine did.. When you click on add anohter it is supose to go to browse again, jsut select the next pictrure but try just one…[Read more]
Go to the bottom of the box where you post your “post” notch down a bit till ou see the box “attachments” Then click on “choose file” I always move the picture to the desktop I want to make an attachment out of just to make it easier to find it. But normally all your locations show up in the search box and you have to look to see where you store…[Read more]
I can relate to the posts as far as older radio sound, now people walk around looking at a smart phone and they think that’s something. When i was 17 I had my car, the car radio had a 6X9 speaker in the dash, sounded like a jukebox and it was AM only too,…that radio was my connection to the world, and my best friend on top of it. Kids today w…[Read more]
Well, far as materials, and how I went about it, that setup was built up as I went along and added equipment, so it was a build as you go process. If I had a choice I would put it in some kind of cabinet that you could get at the back of, right now if you have a bad connection on the bottom some place you have to almost pull all the stuff out …[Read more]
I forgot to mention, (you get old you forget!) the antennas for the FM transmitters are in the attic of my home. I also should mention there are actually 4 FM transmitters in the cabinet If you look towards the upper left hand corner you can see and “official’ painted rod antenna. This FM transmitter is just a inside the house one which has a…[Read more]
One of my installations:
I want to share with the other members of the group one of my “installations” at my home; this one located in my work shop.
In this arrangement are Three FM stereo transmitters and one TH5 AM transmitter. I can run audio from a nearby computer or use the car stereos you see as an audio source.
The car stereos have USB…[Read more]
I see there were some typo errors,the spell checker does not always correct as a person might think it will so I re did the response, sorry for the extra post.
The board comes assembled. I then took the board and modified the audio input by removing two resistors on both the left and right channel which were in originally there to attenuate the…[Read more]
The board comes assembled. I then took the board and modified the audio input by removing two resistors on both the left and right channel which were in originally there to attenuate the audio signal; I do this to give the input more audio gain.
I install EMI filters on both audio inputs and also on the power + and – sides so no EMI will reinter…[Read more]
The eBay seller has relisted this AM transmitter kit,if interested, do a search for AM TRANSMITTER FOR LEARNING or just AM transmitter and look for it. They have two AM transmitters, one is a simple one that runs with no PLL, I built that one too, and as the title of the listing says “for Learning” I learned that this one isn’t much good, the…[Read more]
I haven’t posted for a while, been busy building some new projects that I want to share with you. One of the projects is this AM transmitter kit which is being sold on eBay by HAM KITS this is the l…[Read more]
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