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    Well it is now the time to try and incorporate FM Radio into carputer. Since I have a BookPC the only way so far is USB, the DLink Radio seems to fit the bill just right, From reading seems easy enough to attatch base to existing antenna.

    As Subject states, I am looking for anyone running this to post any screenshots of it running.


    Thanks in advance
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    Re: Dlink USB Radio Screenshots - Dead thread resurrection

    Originally posted by veedubya
    Well it is now the time to try and incorporate FM Radio into carputer. Since I have a BookPC the only way so far is USB, the DLink Radio seems to fit the bill just right, From reading seems easy enough to attatch base to existing antenna.

    As Subject states, I am looking for anyone running this to post any screenshots of it running.

    Thanks in advance
    A truely ugly looking bit of software. In dire need of integration into something else
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    • #3
      dam no am ?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by oddcomp
        dam no am ?
        Correct - FM only on the Dlink.

        BTW - the board inside the Dlink is less than 45mm x 55mm.

        Interference will determine whether I mount it in the computer case or not.

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        • #5
          New radio software

          Being a bit of a code doofus, I did some searching to find something other than the super ugly DLink software, and came across Radiator.

          Nice bit of kit, and seems to be super configurable for integration into your own software.

          I know this doesn't make up for the lack of AM... ;-)

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          • #6
            I use Radiator but It would be so much better if there was a Plug in for WA3 . I searched for that too and found one nut it didn't work for me. Its still on the WA web page under plugins.. that is if you use WinAmp. I like Radiator but it isn't scalable which has its draw backs

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            • #7
              Originally posted by slarty
              I use Radiator but It would be so much better if there was a Plug in for WA3 . I searched for that too and found one nut it didn't work for me. Its still on the WA web page under plugins.. that is if you use WinAmp. I like Radiator but it isn't scalable which has its draw backs

              Jon
              Just d/l'ed that thing - doesn't seem to support my radio - although it's hard to tell, as I don't read Greman

              Radiator does have the advantage that it can be remote controlled without having to see the actual interface, so it can be 'controlled' from another application, which is my 'plan'

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              • #8
                Sounds Nice I'd like to use its features but as I say I'd like to incorporate it into a nice skin like Arby has created.

                The DLink as far as I remember is a Gemtek 21 USB. I too never got the plug in working with WA but though the idea was cool. Just another pannel like WA has like a new button that you could press and the screen would change into presets, volume, Scan, maybe a frequency counter you know basic interface that is well WA



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