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Davey C
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Is it possable to do linking thru broad band as in the DSL?
Fri Apr 14, 2006 3:10 pm View user's profile Send private message
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Your question is a bit vague. Yes it is possible to link to transmitters via broadband (DSL). One of the easiest is to create your own shoutcast server, broadcast it in the net. Now receive on the other end and relat/retransmit it. If you are audio-quality conscious, you may not be contented with low bit rates
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I actally was'nt taking into account the bit rate. windows media then witch is ott
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Time for an update people, the broad band is working out nicely, then next of all the servers shut down, (just tonight for the first time so im going to get a full dedicated server to do this thing. There is one hitch though.

Its keep buffering every 30mins and stops and its really annoying.

But the audio is great, using stereo into the computer and then winamp at the end with its compresser and the transmitter compresser.

With a little bit of improvement I say that broad band could well be the future of linking. Applause
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