PLEASE HELP: Newbie needs advice!!!

PLEASE HELP: Newbie needs advice!!!

Post by rjhollan » Sun, 22 Apr 2001 23:48:46

Hello,

I am an artist who is working on several sound pieces. I need broadcast
equipment for them. The tow project require

1. several  FM mono transmitters that will have the following qualities:

1) Will be stable
2) Will have a range of at least 1000 feet (longer would be great)
3) If a kit will be easy to assemble, I can solder, but not terribly well, I
would prefer something pre-assembled.
4) that will be reasonably cheap, I am a student

AND

2. a stereo FM transmitter that will allow me to do longer ranger
broadcasting ala LPFM. With the same attributes as above in terms of ease of
assembly and use.

If any one has any suggestions I would love some words of wit and wisdom. I
want to find a reputable place or person to do business with.

Thanks! PLEASE E-MAIL ME!

Richard Holland

 
 
 

PLEASE HELP: Newbie needs advice!!!

Post by Howard Lut » Mon, 23 Apr 2001 01:29:10



> Hello,

> I am an artist who is working on several sound pieces. I need broadcast
> equipment for them. The tow project require

> 1. several  FM mono transmitters that will have the following qualities:

> 1) Will be stable
> 2) Will have a range of at least 1000 feet (longer would be great)
> 3) If a kit will be easy to assemble, I can solder, but not terribly well, I
> would prefer something pre-assembled.
> 4) that will be reasonably cheap, I am a student

> AND

> 2. a stereo FM transmitter that will allow me to do longer ranger
> broadcasting ala LPFM. With the same attributes as above in terms of ease of
> assembly and use.

> If any one has any suggestions I would love some words of wit and wisdom. I
> want to find a reputable place or person to do business with.

> Thanks! PLEASE E-MAIL ME!

> Richard Holland


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