Use your iPhone or iPad to synchronize your radio with your TV for live events
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About RadioSync

Do you love your local sports radio announcers so much that you listen to the radio while watching the game on TV? Does it drive you and your loved ones crazy when the radio play-by-play comes seconds before the delayed TV signal? Sports fans rejoice: RadioSync is here!

RadioSync allows you to delay a radio broadcast to match a television broadcast. Featuring simple, intuitive controls and a pleasant design, RadioSync gives you the power to synchronize your favorite football, basketball, soccer, baseball, hockey, or any other sports team broadcasts. Although syncing a sports broadcast is the most likely reason to use RadioSync, you can use it to sync any live event that is broadcast on both television and radio.

Notes:

* RadioSync is a simple audio delay app. It does not currently provide sports radio audio streams. You must connect your own radio tuned to the desired broadcast and your own headphones or speakers through which the delayed audio will be played. This requires additional third-party adapters for your iPhone, iPod, or iPad. Do not purchase this app unless you already have the necessary adapters or are willing to buy them. Refer to SETUP.

* RadioSync will work only when your radio broadcast is ahead of your television broadcast, which is almost always true.

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Setup

To use RadioSync, you just need to get your radio audio signal into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, and then plug in something that will let you listen to the delayed audio feed. On the input end, you will need an audio input adapter; and on the output end, you will need headphones or speakers. Some example setups are below.

Line6 MobileIn or Similar

1
Connect the headphones jack of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to speakers using a 3.5mm male to 3.5mm male (or whatever your speaker needs) patch cable, or use headphones.
2
Connect the Line6 MobileIn audio interface to the dock connector of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. If you have a newer iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch that uses the Lightning connector, you will need an adapter or a USB audio input device similar to the MobileIn that connects to the Lighting port.
3
Connect your AM/FM radio to the Line In jack of the Line6 MobileIn audio interface using a 3.5mm male to 3.5mm male patch cable.

iRig or Similar

1
Connect the iRig cable to the headphones jack of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
2
Connect the headphones jack of your iRig to speakers using a 3.5mm male to 3.5mm male (or whatever your speaker needs) patch cable, or use headphones.
3
Connect your AM/FM radio to the Guitar/Line In jack of the iRig using a 3.5mm male to 1/4 inch male patch cable.

If you have a Bluetooth device that supports both audio input to and audio output from that device, and you have a way of feeding radio audio into it, it should be possible to do everything using Bluetooth. We are unaware of a device like this, but if you manage to make it work, please let us know! (You cannot use Bluetooth for only input or only output. Apple does not allow it.)

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Contact + Feedback

Please let us know if you have feedback about RadioSync or suggestions for improving the app.

Email us at info@dairystatedesigns.com or fill out the form below.

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