@epicadventure@werehatrack Check the manual (if you can find one) to see how to operate the FM radio. We recently got a Bluetooth speaker where you press and hold a button for some number of seconds, the speaker will “learn” the radio stations. Then you can cycle through those stations with the FM radio button.
This probably fine if you live in a mountain valley with only a handful of stations. Not so good if you live in a flat part of the country near a major city with many radio stations. Really bad if your favorite station is a student run college station with a low power transmitter.
Really bad if your favorite station is a student run college station with a low power transmitter.
Once upon a time, that described KTRU here. It has gone through multiple morphs in the interim; when I last checked, it was back to “barely tolerated afterthought kept alive only via student dedication to lost or disparaged causes.”