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A. 1940s Radio is encoded in both standard MP3 and aacPlus which is an audio coding standard for lossy digital audio compression. Designed to be the successor of the MP3 format, aacPlus generally achieves better sound quality than MP3 at similar bit rates.
Once installed you can launch a channel in Winamp by clicking below on the streams ‘listen.pls’ link:
Pumpkin FM 1940s Radio GB (MP3 Stream) Listen.pls
Pumpkin FM 1940s Radio GB (aacPlus stream) Listen.pls
(Windows should ask the first time you click on one of the above links which program you would like to use the open it. Select Winamp and tick the box (always use this program)
Alternatively you can use Windows Media Player, Real Player, VLC, Quicktime or iTunes. Click on the player launch links below:
A. Download the Pumpkin FM – Old Time Radio Network App, available for Android mobiles, tablets, Chrome TV, Amazon Fire Phone & Amazon Fire Tablets.
A. You can use the following to manually program your Internet Radio
A. Many of our shows and musical recordings are 70+ years old. They just aren’t going to have the same “high fidelity” sound quality that today’s generation is used to. Most of the shows sound pretty good though, considering their age. We do always try to use the best quality recordings we can find.