News -Talk & Oldies 104.7FM, is a Part 15 FM radio station that serves a small California town. The 104.7 studio is temporary located in the living room, as you can see by the grandfather clock in the background. On the shelf from left to right; SAM 3 is used for music play out, in the middle stack; A Shure M67 mixer and its companion M675 production mixer is used to feed a very long cable run to the transmitter shack. A BE 1070 cart machine and Aiwa cassette deck sits below the M67. The stack to the right is a Technics tuner for off air monitoring, a JVC TD-66 three head cassette deck and two Technics SLPG-300 CD players. The board is a Behringer 2804, a ITC PDII cart recorder to the right of the console is used for liners and weather. Monitoring speakers are a pair of Auratone 5SPC cubes. The mic is a AKG 750D
With so many uses for a part 15 FM transmitter, there are too many to list here; so we just listed a few from users.
All your music CDs & Tapes - Put all your music on your computer or MP3 player and then broadcast it throughout your home or back yard.
Fitness Centers love it - Broadcast your TV audio to customers on their FM radio for a fraction of the cost when compared to your other options.
Your Satellite Radio - Connect the transmitter to your Sirius or XM radio and broadcast in your home or as you travel.
Internet Radio, iTunes & music downloads - Broadcast your music downloads and streaming radio throughout your home. You are no longer tied to your computer.
Correction Facilities - Several correction facilities use our transmitter to broadcast the audio from a TV in the main common area to inmates with FM Radios. They love the fact that the TV no longer has to be blaring throughout the day.
Churches & Universities - They use our product to broadcast the speaker's message to people who are hard of hearing. They also use it to broadcast a translator to members/ students in the audience.
Neighborhood Block Parties - Some customers have used our product to broadcast music to FM transmitters on the street during a block party. They no longer have to blast the music for everyone to hear.
Walk-A-Thons & Fund Raisers - This is great for those all night fund raisers & walk-a-thons. They can still communicate with the volunteers even during the midnight hours and not disturb local homeowners trying to sleep.
While working in your back yard - Listen while working outside cutting the grass or cleaning up the yard.
In your spa or hot tub - Send TV audio to your Spa or Pool while keeping the TV indoors.
Your personal Drive-In Theater - Setup a screen, projector and DVD player then connect the transmitter to the DVD player's audio out port via the RCA jack adapter and begin broadcasting the audio to every car around the screen.
At your High School Football Game- This one we found very interesting, a customer of ours is broadcasting play-by-play throughout their entire High School Football stadium to the fans in the bleachers.
As you drive - Listen on your vehicle's radio while driving in your car, truck, RV or boat.
During the Holidays - Some customers play Christmas music to visitors as they drive by their home and view their decorations.
As you are traveling - When traveling and staying in hotels/motels listen to your favorite audio on the room's radio
When you wake up - Wake up to your favorite music by broadcasting to your bed's clock radio
At your office - This one we found very ingenious. One customer has a Sirius Satellite Radio in their car and then broadcasts it from their car into their office so they can listen to Howard Stern. Other customers use the same concept when they want to listen to their Satellite Radio that is built into their car while in their home.
As you relax on your deck or patio - Transmit your favorite music to your deck or patio and you now only need a small FM Radio instead of a bulky "boom box" or stereo system.
From your computer - Take all your favorite music that is on your computer and broadcast it throughout your home.
While you clean your home - carry a small FM receiver with you as you clean up around your home. It makes the time go much quicker.
As you get ready for your day - Listen to what inspires you instead of all the day's bad news
During your meals - Listen to what you want instead of what the radio stations think you want to hear.