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How to Turn your PC Computer into a Home Studio and FM Broadcast Radio Transmitter

Did you know that you can make your desktop computer into an FM Broadcasting Studio?

Did you know that you can make your desktop computer into an FM Broadcasting Studio?

Turn your Computer into an FM Broadcasting Pirate FM Radio Station

There are actually two ways to go about turning your personal computer into a studio quality FM broadcasting station. First of course is to have a transmitter. This transmitter can be either external or internal. You can check some of my preferred external transmitters RIGHT HERE. With external FM transmitters, you need plugs, wires, adapters, an external power supply... but it compensates for the raw FM transmitting power.

What this hub is after is an home FM Broadcasting studio that is easy to use. The secret is right below the image. Just plug this baby into an unused PCI slot in your computer.... attach the included antenna and BOOM you have an FM radio station. Of course there are other things that would make your station better... but with this option it is the closes you can get to plug and play. :-)

This FM Broadcast PCI Card will instantly turn your desktop computer into an fm broadcast station.

This FM Broadcast PCI Card will instantly turn your desktop computer into an fm broadcast station.

This marvelous invention can be acquired by going to my secret fm broadcasting transmitter link. I can assure you that I have tried products from other manufacturers and nothing beats what is offered from my secret link. (no longer a secret). :-)

Turn your Personal Computer into an FM Broadcasting Transmitter Studio

I personally have the earlier models of this fm broadcast transmitter card. It wasn't a PCI then but an ISA card. Quite antique eh? But it was an awesome pirate fm radio station. It turned my 80486 computer into something very cool. Podcasting? I'll take fm broadcasting anytime. AOh and don't you know that the software included has an option that directly pod casts your fm broadcast. That's hitting two birds with one stone.

Now to have a properly working PC FM Broadcast transmitter, you need the following. I've provided a list here, which, given the opportunity I would buy myself

Ramsey's Super Pro FM Stereo Radio Station Kit

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Comments

Khurram Shehzad from 10-H/1043, Wah Cantt, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. on November 18, 2019:

Informative content

Elise Tobin on May 12, 2013:

i what it now

DJ kat on June 07, 2012:

Dude, what's the price of PCI card.

Hamesha Bahar fm radio on June 05, 2012:

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jim on January 31, 2012:

Do you need an FCC license to broadcast a signal?

Morgan Garcia from Texas on November 23, 2010:

This is good info. I've been wanting to do this for a while, so this'll be a good starting point.

radio transmitter on July 05, 2010:

I was accustomed to the common radio,however adio transmitter show me the the up-to-date innovation to me.I can manipulated by my own desire

DarkGamer on January 31, 2010:

Nice information dude i want a radio station for my county to listen to but i cannot afford those items you got i can get the card and s already have a Microphone please email me at darkgamer120@gmail.com Thanks Bye!

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