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Old November 8th 04, 10:47 AM
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Default FA: 2 Watt FM Stereo Broadcast LCD Digital PLL Transmitter

Ebay item #: 5730774971

Auction Ends: Nov-14-04 19:13:56 PST

Direct link:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=5730774971

My Ebay Feedback rating is 100% positive.

Ebay user ID: righteous-jude

I'm selling a FM Stereo transmitter which is well-known as being the
best transmitter you can get for the money. It is fully assembled and
not a kit. You'd have to buy a commercial brand FM exciter (such as a
Harris) to exceed the specs of this unit. On virtually all FM receivers
you would not hear the difference.

You could hook up and transmit any sound source you want, such as:

1. The sound output directly from your computer (to play MP3's) using
iTunes or any software you like.

2. Directly connect an iPod, CD Player, tape deck, etc. right to the
transmitter.

3. Use a professional mixer board. A decent Behringer UB802 Mixer is
only $49. Then you could mix and cross-fade between two different stereo
sources LIVE. Add a decent microphone ($19) so you can talk and people
won't know you aren't a commercial station until they realize "Hey, why
aren't there any advertisements?"

This FM transmitter is DIGITAL (not analog) and can equal the sound of
commercial FM stations. It can transmit anywhere between 88-108 MHz. It
outperforms ANY of the Ramsey or other so-called "kit" transmitters,
including the "export" version of the FM-100B which Ramsey sells for
$429.99 - which is WAY more than the cost of the transmitter I'm selling.

Depending on the quality of the antenna you connect to it and how high
up in the air it is, it is possible to get about a 1.5 mile range using
a simple homemade antenna, or over 5 miles of range with a $100 pre-made
roof-mounted antenna.

This transmitter has a filtered RF output which means it puts out a
clean signal. RF filtering is important to avoid interfering with other
FM stations, or if you intend to add an RF Power Amplifier to increase
your range. Most other low cost FM transmitters have bad RF harmonic
supppression which means they cause a lot of interference to TV's and
radios in your neighborhood, which will attract attention to you from
people like Cable TV technicians (something you definitely want to
avoid).

I won't list all the details here, you can learn them all by going to
http://www.Ebay.com and entering item # 5730774971 using Ebay's "Search"
feature. It will be available for the next 7 days.

Here's a link for info about a good, affordable audio mixer:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/631238/

And lastly a good inexpensive microphone:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/270490/

You'll also need a mic cable:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/332001/

A suitable 10-foot XLR mic cable is $10.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com is a good, reliable and affordable
Internet seller of music-related gear. If there is one located in your
area, Guitar Center also carries this gear.

To avoid unprofessional noise while talking, don't hold your microphone,
put it on a desk stand. The best deal for this item is, believe it or
not, the Radio Shack model 33-370 for only $7.99.

Peace,

righteous-jude

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Old November 8th 04, 01:49 PM
Paul Burridge
 
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On Mon, 08 Nov 2004 03:47:09 -0700, righteous-jude
wrote:

Ebay item #: 5730774971

Auction Ends: Nov-14-04 19:13:56 PST

Direct link:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=5730774971


Here's a link for info about a good, affordable audio mixer:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/631238/

And lastly a good inexpensive microphone:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/270490/

You'll also need a mic cable:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/srs7/...se_pid/332001/

A suitable 10-foot XLR mic cable is $10.


Sorry, I can't seem to find a link for the licence to use it.
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"What is now proved was once only imagin'd." - William Blake, 1793.


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