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How To Set Up Fm Transmitter To Lor Show?

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This is my first year an I am now trying to set up the FM transmitter and don't know how too lol. Is there anything special to do within the LOR software? Thanks in advance.

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Just set your frequency on the transmitter to a vacant station and plug it into your speaker output on your computer and make a sign so people know what to turn to. Nothing to do to LOR.

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All you need to do is connect your fm transmitter to the audio port in your computer. It involves nothing within LOR

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Here is a good web-site to determine what frequence might be available for you to broadcast on in your area.

http://radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/vacant

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Thanks for the link, Frank.  I was wondering how to do this other than to go through each frequency.

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