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How to Turn your PC Computer into a Home Studio and FM Broadcast Radio Transmitter
Turn your Computer into an FM Broadcasting Pirate FM Radio Station
There are actually two ways to go about turning your personal computer into a studio quality FM broadcasting station. First of course is to have a transmitter. This transmitter can be either external or internal. You can check some of my preferred external transmitters RIGHT HERE. With external FM transmitters, you need plugs, wires, adapters, an external power supply... but it compensates for the raw FM transmitting power.
What this hub is after is an home FM Broadcasting studio that is easy to use. The secret is right below the image. Just plug this baby into an unused PCI slot in your computer.... attach the included antenna and BOOM you have an FM radio station. Of course there are other things that would make your station better... but with this option it is the closes you can get to plug and play. :-)
This marvelous invention can be acquired by going to my secret fm broadcasting transmitter link. I can assure you that I have tried products from other manufacturers and nothing beats what is offered from my secret link. (no longer a secret). :-)
I personally have the earlier models of this fm broadcast transmitter card. It wasn't a PCI then but an ISA card. Quite antique eh? But it was an awesome pirate fm radio station. It turned my 80486 computer into something very cool. Podcasting? I'll take fm broadcasting anytime. AOh and don't you know that the software included has an option that directly pod casts your fm broadcast. That's hitting two birds with one stone.
Now to have a properly working PC FM Broadcast transmitter, you need the following. I've provided a list here, which, given the opportunity I would buy myself
Don't use those built in mics or those desktop mics or those headphone mics... they'll make you sound like a dead frog. This one has that studio quality output that will make you sound like a professional DJ.
Ramsey's Super Pro FM Stereo Radio Station Kit
The complete highly regarded workhorse of our FM Stereo transmitter line , the FM100B has really become the transmitter of choice for both newbies and professional individuals globally . From the really serious hobbyist to churches , drive-in movie theaters , colleges and educational facilities , it remains to be the head . Not just a transmitter , the FM100B is a totally functioning radio station and allows for everything but the audio input and antenna system . This specialized synthesized transmitter is very adjustable right from the front panel with a big LED digital readout of the operating frequency . Simply just key in the setup mode and then establish your frequency . Right after selected and locked you can be assured of a rock solid carrier with absolutely no drift . The power output is always modifiable throughout the power range of the model selected . Sound quality is similarly extraordinary . A precision active low-pass brick wall audio filter and peak level limiters give your signal the highest level of "punch" while avoiding overmodulation . 2 sets of stereo line level inputs are supplied with front panel level regulation for each of them . Dual front panel LED bargraph meters provide you with left and right channel sound level metering . And also the line level inputs , there is a distinct microphone input with a built-in mic mixer to manage the level . Not enough ? What about unsupervised microphone ducking ! Once enabled , the presence of mic audio automatically cuts down on and overrides the line level input ! Exactly like the professional models at a small fraction of the cost . The FM100B series includes a good-looking metal container , whip antenna and integrated 110/220VAC battery pack . A BNC connector is also provided for an external antenna . Consider our Tru-Match FM antenna kit , for the ideal partner to the FM100B wireless transmitter
a. Built-in mixer - 2 line inputs and one microphone input, line level monitor output!
b. Frequency range 88.0 to 108.0, 100 kHz steps
c. Precision active low-pass "brick wall" audio filter!
d. Clean, filtered RF output suitable for RF amplification
e. Electronic Kit - Assembly Required
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