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FM stereo radio transmitters 14 Mar 2000 20:55 #249

  • Ken Layton
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For those of you that would like to upgrade to an FM stereo radio transmitter without shelling out big bucks, try a build it yourself kit from Ramsey Electronics. The FM-100 kit ($249) and it's outdoor antenna the Tru-Match TM-100 ($40).
Ramsey Electronics
793 Canning Parkway
Victor, NY 14564

I tried one and it works great! A very nice, professional radio transmitter.

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Re: FM stereo radio transmitters 15 Mar 2000 12:37 #250

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The Ramsey kit is fair-good, will cover small
to medium sized field, however bandwidth is
a problem and they have been know to cause RF
noise locally near the source.(poss. FCC
troubles) The SKYmaster FM system available from equipment dealers at approx. $1200
is a nice STEREO fm unit that meets or exceeds FCC regulations, and is EASILY
tuned to within the drive-in field only.
We all want to keep the FCC and the GOV off our backs! Contact your local dealer or
John at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
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