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Does any1 know of a device that will delay a radio broadcast? I cant take Joe,Tim and now Al doing Yankee games
 

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Some use a PVR.
 

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Some use a PVR.
A pvr for radio? would you know where i could purchase one ?

tivo audio inputs for radio?
 

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dam this game is a nailbiter :)
 

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A pvr for radio? would you know where i could purchase one ?

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There are timeshifting solutions for XM. It involves some hardware and a lot of loose change to synch up the audio with the video. If you did your homework now, you might get it in time for WS. I personally can't justify such a set-up; but, it is not to say that it is not without merit.
 

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i have timetrax, what i need is a device that can delay my local am radio broadcast, so i can listen to them, rather than fox tv
 

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A pvr for radio? would you know where i could purchase one ?

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If you have a non-DirecTV Tivo, you can take the radio output and put it to the audio input of the composite inputs on the TiVo. Put any video source in the video input. Then turn to a satellite channel so that it goes to the external input, and take the audio output from the TiVo to your stereo, while using the HD video on your monitor. It's not easy, but I've done it, and it might be worth it in this case.
 

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i have timetrax, what i need is a device that can delay my local am radio broadcast, so i can listen to them, rather than fox tv
Sorry, I was thinking ESPN Radio.
 

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Now, after a few years have passed, Costas & Morgan weren't so bad, were they?
atleast they could get the players names right.. mccarver is just awful with his brandon arroyo type comments.
 

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good thread. it seems the audio must be streamed and delayed.


i want also to delay AM radio feed to match my hd video signal.

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Some use a PVR.
you'd feed the AM radio into the PVR then listen to the PVR audio and the video of the live game i guess.


problem i need my PVR to watch HD baseball :(


any other suggestions?
 

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Why not send it through your surround system, and disconnect or otherwise null the volume of your center speaker? From what I have seen around here the announcers onHD game braodcast are solely center speaker and don't appear elsewhere.
 

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Any idea on a parts list. Is this easy to make from RS stock? Has anyone tried or is this too complicated.
I haven't used/made one. I was just looking for such gadgets on the web.
 

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Why not send it through your surround system, and disconnect or otherwise null the volume of your center speaker? From what I have seen around here the announcers onHD game braodcast are solely center speaker and don't appear elsewhere.
The radio broadcast is about 4 seconds ahead of the tv video.
 

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FORGET all of this junk.


Go to MusiciansFriend.com


Look into a device called a "delay." You can get delay pedals for $100. Stereo delay is a little different, you might need 2 pedals or a slightly more expensive multi-effects combo.


You just route L & R into the delay, dial the delay (wet) level to 10, repeats to 1 and the dry signal to 0. This way, you only get the delayed signal. Many of the processors out there can do anywhere from 1.5s up to 5s worth of delay.


It's essentially an echo producing box where you set it to not pass through the initial sound and only one echo repeat a few seconds later.
 
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