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LPFM Radio Equipment Packages

Here are some basic starter LPFM radio station quotes.  These do not include installation.  If you are comfortable with electronics you may be able to install this equipment yourself.  It is recommended that you at least seek the services of a qualified broadcast engineer when installing or adjusting the transmitter and antenna.  If you need installation assistance, we can help with that as well.

Our packages do not include a tower.  There are two options available to you.  The first would be to lease space on an existing tower. If that is not possible we also have towers available which can be shipped directly to you within about three weeks.  We offer guyed towers up to 200 feet and free standing towers up to 96 feet.   If you need a tower be sure to check out our towers page.

Low Power FM Radio Transmitter

Low Power FM Radio Packages

Listed below are some examples of LPFM package deals that we are proud to offer to any start-up community stations or existing LPFM station. All of our Transmitters and Antennas are approved for LPFM use. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or different customization you might need.

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NT250: 250W FM TRANSMITTER

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NSC1: Professional Stereo Coder

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BKG88 Narrow Band Antenna 

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+ 100FT of 1/2 Inch cable with connectors

PACKAGE PRICE:  $ 3,499

OPTION #1

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NT250: 250W FM TRANSMITTER with Built-IN Stereo Generator and Audio Processor

+ $ 600 


OPTION #2

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NT350: 350W FM TRANSMITTER (Instead of NT250)

+ $ 290 


OPTION #3

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JUPITER: 3-Band DIGITAL audio processor + Stereo Generator (instead of NSC1)

+ $ 990


OPTION # 4 

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ATLANTIS: 8-Channel Mixer Console

+$ 1,500


OPTION #5

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BKG-77 Broadband Antenna ( instead of BKG88)

+$ 300


More Bells & Whistles For your LPFM

BASIC COMPLETE LPFM STATION – Dipole Antenna/150 Watts

 

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Arrakis ARC10U Audio Console w/48vdc

 

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B-1 Studio Condenser Microphones

 

2

 

Microphone Boom Arms

 

2

 

MP102 CD Decks

 

1

 

NiCom USA NT150 150 Watt Transmitter

 

1

 

NiCom USA BKG1P Dipole Antenna

 

1

 

100 Feet of Low Loss Coaxial Cable

 

1

 

Innovonics Model 716 David II Processor

 

2

 

EAS Receivers

 

1

 

TFT EAS 911R2 EAS Encoder/Decoder

 

PACKAGE PRICE – $11,750.00

 

ECONOMY COMPLETE LPFM STATION
Circular Antenna/250 Watts

 

1

 

Arrakis ARC10UP Console w/ USB Software

 

2

 

B-1 Studio Condenser Microphones

 

2

 

Microphone Boom Arms

 

2

 

MP102 CD Decks

 

1

 

NiCom USA NT250 250 Watt Transmitter

 

1

 

NiCom USA BKG88 Circular Antenna

 

1

 

100 Feet of Low Loss Coaxial Cable

 

1

 

Innovonics Model 716 David II Processor

 

2

 

EAS Receivers

 

1

 

TFT EAS 911R2 EAS Encoder/Decoder

 

PACKAGE PRICE –

 

$13,450.00

 

BAY TRANSMITTER PACKAGE
Two-Bay Circular / 150 Watts

 

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NiCom USA NT150 150 Watt Transmitter

 

1

 

NiCom BKG88 2 Bay Circular Antenna

 

1

 

100 Feet of Low Loss Coaxial Cable

 

1

 

Innovonics Model 718 David III Processor

 

2

 

EAS Receivers

 

1

 

TFT EAS 911R2 EAS Encoder/Decoder

 

PACKAGE PRICE – $10,450.00

 

SUPER LOW COST STUDIO PACKAGE

 

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Rolls MX152 Mix Mate

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Rolls HA43 Headphone Amplifier

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Sennheiser Headphone

1

Heil Classic Pro Microphone

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Pair Audix PH3 Monitors

2

MP102 CD Decks

1

Automation Computer

PACKAGE PRICE – $2,880.00

 


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