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FM radio?


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saraveza408

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How do I listen to local FM radio on my XP?
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wannabe1

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Hi saraveza408...

Does the station you want to listen to offer streaming audio?

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um i dont think so.its a small local collage radio station
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If they don't have a site that streams audio, then you won't be able to listen to it on the computer.
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you can listen and record the songs you want with a FM capture card...I have a ATI 9600xt all in wonder that I do exactly what you want to do...my ATi card is a video card but they have FM capture cards that if I remember right cost about $30.00..google FM capture card

the card has a connector for a FM antenna so you will have bunch of local stations to listen to

Edited by happyrck, 12 July 2006 - 05:40 PM.

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aww darn!ok thanks wannabe!
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