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Ray Aberle

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Re: Poor mans wireless in ear monitors
« Reply #20 on: February 11, 2015, 01:27:27 pm »

Ray, wow, major attention to detail failure.

This revival occurred because the vendor posted to this thread.  Must have come up on a Google search of their product.  Interesting.

Oh yeah, I figured that's why it came up again. At the same time, since it was originally posted Feb/2013, same month, year looks almost the same at a glance…  I wanted to heads-up people so we don't spend a lot of time helping an OP that… has… probably… resolved… their… concerns… in the last 24 months. Heh.

Still good reading, though, don't get me wrong! :)

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Re: Poor mans wireless in ear monitors
« Reply #21 on: February 11, 2015, 03:39:49 pm »

FCC Part 15 Compliant - We meet FCC Part 15 rules so you don't need a license to broadcast.(FCC ID: 2ABT5AX05B7C)
http://www.radioddity.com/us/czh-05b-0-5w-fm-transmitter.html?kpid=142_us&gclid=CMDIydz40MMCFe_m7AodihMA0w
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