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how to boost FM transmission strength on LineX usb audio transmitter

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by inetquestion, Aug 26, 2003.

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  1. inetquestion

    inetquestion Guest

    I just bought a LineX USB audio transmitter for playing mp3's on my stereo from the pc,
    and was wondering how to boost the signal strength of the unit. Has anyone attempted this?

    There is a coil of wire inside for the antenna, which I streched out a bit. Not sure if
    that helps or not. Guess I could attached some extra wire to it, but am really more
    concerned with the signal strength output.




  2. Rein Wiehler

    Rein Wiehler Guest

    and you are still on the same frequency???
  3. chicago773

    chicago773 Guest

    I also have this Linex USB wireless audio device, but in Chicago,
    radio signal bleed prevents me from getting a clean signal. Can
    anyone suggest a way to either boost this device's power OR adjust
    the pre-set radio frequencies to something other than the default
    channels (7 different stations 106.9MHz to 107.9Mhz in 0.2Mhz steps)?

    I'm willing to make a donation to you (or a charity) for an effective
    solution. I can take photos if you are knowledgeable in this area
    but dont have access to the device.


    NOTE: these units do not have the same pentiometer inside to boost the
    range like the non-usb (line-out) versions have).

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