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Im stumped.  I have the song christmas dont be late.  When I play the sequence and the sound comes out of my computer speakers everything is fine.  when I broadcast the music over my ramsey we have issues.  when alvin says he wants a hula hoop, the word hula hoop is not played at either part in the song.  Keep in mind all the rest of the song is played.  then i unhook the ramsey and plug in the computer speakers, and suddenly hula hoop is back.   Why wont my Ramsey broadcast the word Hula Hoop?

If you have any idea, I will greatly appreciate it Jason   

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Try reducing the volume on your computer. Most better transmitters have a limiter so if you overdrive the input, it will reduce the volume. Also FM broadcast has a frequency range, usually 75 kHz around the center frequency. If you push too much volume into the TX you may get outside this range. Usually the goal is to get as close as possible to the maximum peak deviation which gives you a great loudness on your radio... Unfortunately not many "hobby" transmitters allowing monitoring these values..

Long story short - try playing with the volume settings of your computer

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I have narrowed the problem down, but need to know how to fix it.  the words that disappear during broadcast over the ramsey playback, ONLY play out of the right speaker when I hook up my computer speakers, the rest of the song plays out of both speakers or the left speaker.  Stumped,  what do i need to change to fix it.

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thanks for making me look at the adapter plasmadrive, I can't believe I didn't buy a stereo adapter last year, and I can't believe I haven't noticed it until this song

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