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I would avoid the 2 extreme ends of the broadcast band, as they are the ones most people will default to. Give the antenna/booster a try. Mine broadcasts over 1,000 feet with the attachment. I'm in a rural area with few fm channels, so I use 88.1. Friends who have Sirius tell me their radios change to my channel as they drive past my house, which is a couple of hundred feet off of the road. I use my car dock in the house to broadcast throughout our small resort.
 

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Ultimately, that's the answer, Hugh. FM direct is the best way if there's no aux in.
 
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