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    FM Radio through USB

    I've seen plenty of devices that are FM recievers through USB ports but is there something that will allow me to just plug in my car antenna and then connect to the USB port

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    No, you'll need to make an adapter.
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    and how would i go about that

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnChimpo
    and how would i go about that
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    AVerMedia USBRadio

    but you need to know if it's compatible with a FrodoPlayer

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnChimpo
    I've seen plenty of devices that are FM recievers through USB ports but is there something that will allow me to just plug in my car antenna and then connect to the USB port
    I have purchased a D-Link DRU-R100 usb radio and the antenna plugs into the top, so you can just use a cable from your antenna to the radio removing the one supplied.
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    I know that, but on DLink site, this model is discontinued and is a little bit to big
    and the other problem of all this equipment is you need a line-in or microphone input. It's impossible with a Via motherboard if you use the Smart5.1...any suggestions ???

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    that d-link thing sounds great... but like he said, its discontinued

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    "I know that, but on DLink site, this model is discontinued"


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