AM Transmitter DIY Kit And Bluetooth Adapter For Retro Vintage Or Antique Radios.
While you don’t need to be an electrical engineer, an understanding of basic electronics and soldering is required to assemble this kit. Comes with easy to follow step by step, instructions.
Transmit to that old antique or vintage radio with your very own, in house, AM radio station! No alterations to your vintage set required. Plug your phone, CD player, tablet, Bluetooth adapter or other media device into the Retro Radio Shops AM Transmitter Kit once assembled, place it close to your radio with a short antenna wire, and get ready to transmit old radio shows, classic tunes, or whatever you desire, to your old gem. It’s also portable, takes a 9v battery, with ultra low power consumption, so you can use it on the go with a vintage vehicle or portable set as well. With the decreased number of AM stations available today, this device is a must. Live rural and don’t have any stations within range? Even better; start your own with this transmitter. Complete kit can be seen in action at the link below.
Note: You don’t require FCC license or authorization as this is a home built experimental device for personal use. That said, you must be aware of and obey all FCC regulations. With short antenna, this is well within permitted power limits.