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Posted by RandyF2015 Message # 1     Posted at August 19, 2015, 5:29 am,     subject: Need some help I'm a 'new' AudioTron owner  
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Hi All

I recently acquired an AudioTron  firmware 3.1.1. A number of the stations do work well but I would like to add the ability to tune into some of my favorite internet streaming sources.
When I purchased it I wrongly assumed that it was programmable to internet sites. I guess its possible BUT maybe its not. I realize that the AudioTron supports a limited number of streaming formats. 
Forgive my ignorance I know I have a LOT of catching up to do here so here goes...

1) Can I still get firmware updates?
2) Is there a 'hack' that will allow me to stream my favorite internet sites.
3) Is there an updated firmware I could download to allow me to load these stations into the internal play lists ?

Your comments and assistance is greatly appreciated

RandyF2015 
 
Posted by penbex Message # 2     Posted at August 27, 2015, 5:57 am,     subject: Need some help I  
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Quote:
1) Can I still get firmware updates?
2) Is there a 'hack' that will allow me to stream my favorite internet sites.
3) Is there an updated firmware I could download to allow me to load these stations into the internal play lists ?
 
 

1) We have the most recent firmware available for download.
That would be 3.2.25 from 2004.

2) Turtlebeach once had a database of stations that the radio would download. They are redirecting that traffic to our server and we are providing station details.
There are two options. First option is to take the standard station list. This list is maintained by one of our users and contains 1009 tested streams.

The second option is to browse our database and select stations manually. Here there are some limitations, like the AT wont be able to stream newer formats like AAC and as a result you might find a fair number of working stations that are available within our database that are not working on the AT.

3) nope.. there is no need.. our database acts as a replacement database for the Original turtlebeach service and is connected to the Original firmware versions.