LISTENING TO WCLV’S INTERNET STREAM IN YOUR CAR.
Now you can listen to WCLV’s Internet
stream in your car anywhere you drive by
means of the free WCLV iPhone app,
which you can access from the link on the
left hand column of the home page of the
WCLV website. Provided, however, that
you have a USB port or auxiliary input on
your car radio. You’ll need a male to male
USB connection or 3.5 mm cord for the
auxiliary input and an iPhone car power cord,
which you can get at Verizon or Radio Shack
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|When I was in Florida in November, 2012, for the first of the season's Cleveland Orchestra residency in Miami, I plugged my iPhone with the WCLV AP into the radio of the rental car and tooled all over south Florida from Naples to Miami listening to WCLV. The only problem is that there is a stretch on the Alligator Alley where the signal from Verizon drops out for about five miles. RDC
I am using such a connection in my Town and Country and have listened to WCLV
in the Toledo-Ann Arbor area. And on a warm September Sunday afternoon,
I took a Sunday drive up I 90 along the east lake shore to the Painesville area where
the WCLV signal receives a lot of interference from the Geneva station at 104.7.
WCLV was clear as bell. I even tried it out in that area FM arm pit – the Chagrin
River valley. Great listening. Here’s the way to take WCLV on your driving trip to Florida,
Arizona, Columbus, Akron, or simply elsewhere around northeastern Ohio where
there’s interference at 104.9 .
Depending on the car radio the sound iis quite good. An audio engineer friend of mine listening in Miami said the sound is fabulous.