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Old 01-21-2013, 3:39 PM
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I was wondering if there is any software for the mac that i can put multiple Radio Reference feeds and pick what side i want to listen to them on. I know there is a program for windows that does that that i use to use but i cannot remember the name of it. Is there any listening software at all for the mac?
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I was wondering if there is any software for the mac that i can put multiple Radio Reference feeds and pick what side i want to listen to them on. I know there is a program for windows that does that that i use to use but i cannot remember the name of it. Is there any listening software at all for the mac?

If you are referring to a program like ScannerLive, this is Windows only.
None known for Mac like this.

There is WinAmp for Mac.
On Windows you can have multiple instances open to listen to several feeds & you can pan left or right.
Not sure on the Mac version.

You can also try VLC.
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You can use iTunes for the audio playing that is what I use when I am not using the iPhone app called 5-0 Radio Pro.
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I want to be able to listen to multiple feeds at once giving them a (R) right or (L) left designation.
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