Music on the Road

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Music on the Road

Postby CocoaTom » Fri Dec 13, 2002 10:20 pm

I travel a lot on business, and I have to say that Beethoven Radio is a life-saver. Of course, with a 24kps connection in some hotels, it gets a little tedious to listen to y'all and still look at other websites. But what a relief to be able to turn off the trash on TV and relax with Beethoven.Com! :)
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Re: Music on the Road

Postby chuckbo » Fri Dec 20, 2002 12:38 pm

Who do you use as your nationwide ISP? Do you call an 800 number, or do they have local numbers. Whenever I'm getting ready to travel for awhile, I sign back up for copper.net. They seem to have access everywhere, and I've been happy with their service, ... just no 24-hour help line.
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Re: Music on the Road

Postby wcoye » Fri Dec 20, 2002 2:59 pm

I miss listening to Beethoven radio whenever I'm in my car. The local classical station is tedious to listen to. :(
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Re: Music on the Road

Postby CocoaTom » Sun Jan 19, 2003 8:47 am

I use Earthlink, and am able to get local numbers just about anywhere I go in the Southeast. <P>Sorry I haven't monitored the boards more. I will have to check more ofter.<P>Tom<P><BR> <BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by chuckbo:<BR><STRONG>Who do you use as your nationwide ISP? Do you call an 800 number, or do they have local numbers. Whenever I'm getting ready to travel for awhile, I sign back up for copper.net. They seem to have access everywhere, and I've been happy with their service, ... just no 24-hour help line.</STRONG><HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
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Re: Music on the Road

Postby lordofthe_strings » Sun Jan 19, 2003 11:48 pm

is there an easier solution...possibly like recording the stream (with a program like beaver x) and burning it to a cd or putting it on an ipod so u can listen to beethoven radio, but only, its not the live stream?<P>ive been lookin around for ways to do this...and the only mac app that ive seen that can do this so far is beaver x, available from melonsoft.com (? i think im not sure tho) it asks you for the address of the stream..and also the port. is there anyway that i can obtain this information? ive looked at the stream within itunes, and it says the address is this: <BR> <A HREF="http://pri.kts-af.net/redir/index.pls?esid=4432ab8c6b5dbd9e7a6178ea09b5cd55&url_no=1&client_id=7&uid=68efed4d03ec7e45fd3978262c107180&clicksrc=xml" TARGET=_blank>http://pri.kts-af.net/redir/index.pls?esid=4432ab8c6b5dbd9e7a6178ea09b5cd55&url_no=1&client_id=7&uid=68efed4d03ec7e45fd3978262c107180&clicksrc=xml</A> <P>but i cannot connect using that program, because you need a port number too, and i dont know that information. also, i dont know if that address is correct...hmmm...<P>can anyone give me that information? thanks a million!!!!!
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