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View Poll Results: How do you tune in to AM?
Go to the home page and click on LISTEN CABLE 5 71.43%
Go to the home page and click on LISTEN MODEM 1 14.29%
I don't really know what server I'm using. I just hit play on my player. 1 14.29%
I purposely listen to the main server - love them streaming song titles! 0 0%
I purposely listen to the live365 relay because I get less skips. 0 0%
What in the name of Jon Anderson are you talking about? 0 0%
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Old 07-09-2001, 05:13 PM
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Post What server do you listen on?

Which server do you usually tune into? We're curious as to why people listen to certain servers, and if they know there are others out there that may offer a better connection.
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Old 07-12-2001, 08:36 AM
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The main cable/dsl server....I'm not getting that many skips these days since I switched back to MMJ as the main player. It seems that the Ultraplayer would "disconnect " at the end of each song. Ultraplayer is fine for mp3s and it has some pretty cool visualizations (where'd I hide the mushrooms? ) but as a streaming media player, I think it has some problems! I have the url saved as a playlist so I don't have to go to the AM home page to connect.
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Old 07-12-2001, 10:42 AM
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I'd like to see a 128kbps stream

I would listen more if the sound quality was upgraded
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