We are using a new web based player. In order to use this player, you will need Adobe Flash Player installed on your system. It works with both PCs & MAC.
Click on this link: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
Remove the checkbox that reads “Install Google Chrome”, then click on INSTALL NOW. You will need to close your browser. Once the software is installed, try connecting again. When you click on either the CABLE/DSL or DIAL-UP links, click on the green play arrow. You should then receive our feed. if you are experiencing stuttering in the audio, you may need to uninstall all older versions of Adobe Flash and reinstall the newest version.
if you prefer, you can tune us in on the standard CABLE/DSL & DIAL-UP feeds with WINAMP, I-Tunes, Windows Media Player, RealPlayer, & QuickTime.
On the bottom of the player box, you’ll see links for these players. Click on either the links or “click here”. You’ll see a pop up box wiith the current track/show playing. Click on the logo of the audio player you are using. You should then receive our feed.
Users of CABLE/DSL will obtain a STEREO feed, while DIAL-UP users will obtain a MONO feed.
We recommend using the web based player, as this is easiest to use. MAC users can also use this player.
We recently added a NEW HD Audio feed for CABLE/DSL users who use Windows 7/8 or a MAC. You can use WINAMP, I-Tunes, Windows Media Player Version 12, or our web based feed. Windows Media Player Versions 11 or earlier, RealPlayer, & QuickTime are not compatible with our HD feed.
IF ALL ELSE FAILS, YOU CAN CONTACT TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
Software For Desktop Computers
Connection Applications for Portable Devices
ootunes app for iPhone, Ipod Touch & iPad
Helpful Tips Listen to the Jammer on your home STEREO system!
Did you know that you don’t have you use the little speakers that came with your computer to listen to Internet Radio? You can plug directly into your home stereo system!
Pick up a 1/8 inch to RCA cord (you can purchase this at any store that sells electronics, such as Radio Shack), unplug the speaker cord attached to your computer speakers which would be your “line-out” on your soundcard, and plug in the 1/8 inch end into the “line-out” jack.
Look for an open input on your stereo with an RCA jack (marked L and R for left and right side). Most RCA cords
are marked red and black. Plug the red jack into R, the black jack into L.
Now you can listen to the Jammer like you’re listening on the radio………..in STEREO!
If your computer already has good speakers and you don’t have a home stereo system, you can purchase an inexpensive sub-woofer at any computer store that can plugged into your computer. This will give you a
You can listen to the Jammer anywhere around the house, anywhere you go, and soon…..in your car.
Are you frustrated that you can’t always tune in to the Jammer because you can’t be in front of your computer all the time?
We came across a couple solutions to this problem:
1) The “V6000 Mobile Black Box”
With this product, you can plug it in to your computer’s sound card, select an unused FM frequency, and be able to pick up the Jammer with any AM/FM radio, boon box, or stereo system. Just tune in to the frequency you selected.
The transmission range is around 450 feet or more, so it has plenty of power so you can take your radio anywhere around the house, even the garage. We did some tests with this unit, and found we could pick up the Jammer’s signal within a 450 ft. radius. Best of all, it puts out a crystal clear signal in STEREO with no dropouts!
If you want to listen to the Jammer anywhere around the house, we recommend purchasing the Model V6000 Mobile Black Box.
Visit their website at: www.mobileblackbox.com
2) The “Myine Ira Internet Radio”
A company called Myine Electronics out of Ferndale, MI has released a desktop Internet Radio that is easy enough for listeners who have difficulty understanding computers to use. You will need a DSL connection with a wireless enabled modem. We recommend if you have an older modem to replace it with the newest model. Most of the newer DSL modems now have wireless capability. Check with your provider. If you have a cable modem, you’ll need to pick up a router which is relatively inexpensive. Compared to most Internet Radios we’ve tried, this is the easiest to setup.
3) Internet Radio on your cell phone
You can now listen to the Jammer on an I-Phone, I-Pod Touch, Pocket PC, or Smartphone. (such as the Android & the Blackberry) All you have to do is install a radio application (see Connection Applications for Portable Devices for links to download this software above) and you can tune in to the Jammer anywhere you go.
Please be aware though that while there will be no problem obtaining a good signal in most metropolitan regions, you may experience dropouts while driving through rural areas. Wireless Internet providers are still working the bugs out, and if you do experience dropouts, complain to your provider LOUDLY! We are hoping in time these providers will get its act together and add capacity to their networks.
Recent public pressure is pushing auto makers and car radio manufacturers to offer radios that have an AUX jack which will allow you to plug in your phone to listen to Internet Radio. The problem is that you need to have an Internet capable phone. We are waiting for the development of a standalone Internet car radio. If we hear of any new developments, we’ll let you know.