Does the RCA MP3 player with radio, have am radio or only fm?
I want to listen to my football game on my mp3 player with radio, but can't figure out how to get it to AM. It only stays on FM. Does it have AM on it at all? It's a RCA TH1602-A. Please let me know asap! the game starts soon, and I'm going hunting, and would like to keep up with the game at the same time. my email is Logancrankitup@yahoo.com. Thanx, Buck
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If you radio has an Aux input then you can connect a audio cable from your MP3 player to the Aux input on your radio. If your radio does not have an Aux input the you can use a FM transmitter device. Connect the MP3 player to the FM transmitter and tune your FM radio to the radio frequency on this FM adapter to listen to your audio book on your MP3 player. Check out these WEB sites fro FM transmitters. http://dx.com/c/car-accessories-799/car-audio-systems-707/fm-transmitters-players-710
The antenna for this and many other MP3 players is the wire for the headphones. If your using a short aux cable between say this player and a dock or speaker it may not be functioning as the worlds best antenna.
You can get head phone to rca jack cabes Or better yet, go to ebay, look for wireless fm transmitter. They are cheap. I got mine brand new for $1 plus shipping. Now I can hook the transmitter up to my mp3 player and play the sound through any fuzzy radio station and you can listen anywhere. Or get the head phone -to-rca jack plugin from amazon.com
Just turn on your trekstor, go to fm radio. Then wait for the program to respond. After that, there will be a button on top of the power button, press it once. It will open up a menu showing US Band, and EU Band. Select either and press scan. Wait for the scan to complete, then enjoy your radio.
Separate product - listening to mp3's through your car radio is the most complicated and most expensive option; cheapest is a casette adapter if your car has a casette player, or a cd adapter for cd player - one end will plug into headphone jack of Sansa player. Best Buy has the widest selection of adapters. I would get the type of adapter that plugs into the headset - wired. Wireless adapters are "neat," but unreliable (and expensive).
The service may not be available in your area. Make sure the headphones are connected to the player when searching for radio stations: Here's pg 15 of the user manual:
FM Radio (if applicable)
player includes an integrated FM radio for listening to live broadcast FM
stations. Please note that the FM Radio function may not be available in your region.
Listening to FM Radio
To listen to live broadcast FM station, follow these steps:
1. Select FM Radio from the Main Menu.
2. A radio frequency menu will appear.
3. Press |<< or >>| to adjust and search for the desired frequency, or select
preset by pressing Select.
4. For fast search, press and hold the |<< or >>| buttons.