There is now a very slick way to record
your favorite radio talk show or music and play it back on the
CC WiFi Internet Radio. Introducing
You may have heard of a DVR (Digital Video Recorder) for recording
TV, now there is a DAR (Digital Audio Recorder) for radio. It's
almost like TiVo for radio. www.dar.fm/index.php
DAR.FM is an online service that allows
you to record more than 1,800 radio shows from the internet, storing
content online, and offering playback at your direction. All this is
done without having to pay any subscription fees or sign up for any
contracts. You could consider this your own personal podcasting
program for most any radio programing.
With DAR you can record music from any
available internet radio station. DAR will break up each song
individually (like a separate track) allowing you to to collect all
your favorite songs in a library. From your library you can play
the song or download it to your computer for playback later.
Playback DAR.FM files with the
CC WiFi Internet Radio
Now combine the functionality of DAR
with the versatility of the CC WiFi Internet Radio and you have one
of the best music/talk show playing jukeboxes ever made. Its easy
to use. Just go to "My Stuff" (on the radio) and select "My
MP3tunes" for a list of everything that you have recorded on DAR.
Now playback the audio, pause, or skip to the next segment. That's
To get started go to
DAR.FM and setup a free
Choose which shows to record from
Next, register your CC WiFi Internet
Radio with Reciva.
From inside your free Reciva
account, select MP3Tunes from "See Extra Features".
Use the same login email and
password as with DAR.FM to login with MP3tunes.
When finished, unplug your radio
from power and plug it in again. Once the radio restarts, go to
"My Stuff" and select "My MP3tunes".
Select your recording to play and
NOTE: With a free account you can only
get 2 GB worth of online storage for recordings. This is about 30 -
70 hours worth depending on quality. It is possible to download and
erase your online files for continued usage of the free service.