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Old 08-13-2007, 6:10 PM
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just when you thought you'd never hear "Nude Male Subject, Methamphetamine, Sheep, Crossbow, and 4-Wheeler" in one dispatch...
I think if I heard that call I would have to shut my radios off forever
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Old 08-13-2007, 9:34 PM
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Old 08-13-2007, 10:08 PM
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great feed.

what about getting Cleveland FD????
Cleveland has an ancient digital system. So, unless you have one of their radios programmed up, no scanner feed. Cleveland.com runs streaming audio on their website.
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Old 08-14-2007, 2:18 AM
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I think if I heard that call I would have to shut my radios off forever
Heck, that's what keeps me tunin' in!!! Just a typical Tuesday night 'round here.

It's no worse than Allen county, which I keep in an oft-unused "bank"....I get up your way every now and then, Dubs...Jaqua's is one of my favorite gun shops .
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Hey Jason what did you find out on Auglaize S.O.? I sent you a PM. Also what area does your NW Ohio (city) for MARCS located at just wondering it doesnt cover what i get on my scanner IE different posts. I just try to track these things. Thanks Randy
Sorry Hoser .... I did check on the Auglaize Co Sheriff info you sent. He does not have an 800Mhz Scanner available on that feed .... So it's not possible.

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Old 08-19-2007, 8:36 PM
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Old 08-26-2007, 4:28 PM
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Canton Fire & EMS should be up and running for good now; provided that people at work here leave the scanner alone. You would think that the amount of tape I put over the on/off switch would be a clue to some people but they turned it off anyway.
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Old 08-26-2007, 8:39 PM
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Canton Fire & EMS should be up and running for good now; provided that people at work here leave the scanner alone. You would think that the amount of tape I put over the on/off switch would be a clue to some people but they turned it off anyway.
Actually placing a note or tape on the On/Off knob actually encourages "some" idiots to "touch" it or turn it off. It's the same everywhere!!!

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I'm interested in hosting Stow, Hudson, Cuyahoga Falls area. Let me know what I need to do.
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I'm interested in hosting Stow, Hudson, Cuyahoga Falls area. Let me know what I need to do.
I'll send you the setup instructions if you send your e-mail address and a list of the agencies that you'll be scanning to me at gordon@scanmiamivalley.com

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Hi,

I would be willing to host from my location in North Royalton.

This would include:
SWRCN users (Strongsville, North Royalton FD, Brookpark, Parma Heights, Berea FD, Middlebugh Hts FD)

Ohio MARCS - Strongsville and Hopkins Airport site

Conventional users:
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North Royalton PD
Broadview Hts PD/FD
Brecksville PD/FD
Seven Hills PD/FD
Olmstead Falls/Township FD
Berea PD
Middleburgh Hts PD
Brunswick PD/FD
Hinckley PD/FD
Medina County Fire Channel 1
Lorain County Fire Channel 1
North RIdgeville PD/FD

Please let me know what I need to do to help, my email is jmsanders83 @ gmail.com

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Thanks for getting a Cincy feed up... I now can follow them till i buy a digy scanner. What talkgroup's are you scanning on the Hamilton County system?
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I just got the Cuyahoga feed up and running. It covers southern and western Cuyahoga County, all of Medina County except Wadsworth, and much of eastern Lorain County.

This was super-easy to set up, the only thing you need is a 1/8 inch speaker cable to run from your scanner to the pc sound card. No computer techie knowledge required.

I don't see a reason why we can't get a good portion of the state covered.

Thanks Gordon for the help!
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Old 08-30-2007, 9:10 AM
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I just got the Cuyahoga feed up and running. It covers southern and western Cuyahoga County, all of Medina County except Wadsworth, and much of eastern Lorain County.

This was super-easy to set up, the only thing you need is a 1/8 inch speaker cable to run from your scanner to the pc sound card. No computer techie knowledge required.

I don't see a reason why we can't get a good portion of the state covered.

Thanks Gordon for the help!
Thanks for everyone's Efforts ...we have 16 Feeds Going now. If you have any ideas to make the site more interactive please post your thoughts here.

We are Still Missing the BIGGEST Area of the State ..... COLUMBUS AREA ..... Come ON folks ...surely someone has an extra scanner they can connect to the Computer (EVEN PART TIME) .... It is Super Easy to Connect ...No Knowledge needed ........

So my challenge to the group is to find that available Internet Connection that would host the Columbus / Mec Center Feed ...... I would even consider providing the scanner if there is a commitment for the feed.

Take care and Happy listening ....

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I;d be willing on a parttime feed for sandusky, seneca, and parts of wood county police, fire, and ems. Right now I've got traffic from all three counties coming in loud and clear.
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Old 09-06-2007, 8:49 PM
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Columbus/Franklin county fire and EMS feed is now up and running.
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Old 09-06-2007, 9:03 PM
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Columbus/Franklin county fire and EMS feed is now up and running.
Tuned in Columbus. Sounding good. I'm listening from SE Ohio (Down in Gallia County)...

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Default Great State Coverage !!

Thanks to Jim Scott for the Columbus Feed ..... It should be a popular feed. Within 30 minutes of being online we had our first Working incident .....

It looks like we will also be getting the Seneca Co. and Sandusky County feed up and running shortly. This will be quite a resource. If you have anything to add please let me know .... I'd like to keep it interactive .....

We have the Hamilton County Feed ...but it does not pick up Cincinnati well at all ....If anyone is closer to Cincinnati and could host a feed please let me know ....

Everyone enjoy the listening ...... and support Gordon's efforts by clicking on some of the Google Ads every now and then .... It will help pay for the site.

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Tuned in Columbus. Sounding good. I'm listening from SE Ohio (Down in Gallia County)...

Steve/KB8FAR

Thanks Steve! Took a bit if fiddling with the audio properties on the computer end of things, but all appears well now.
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Old 09-07-2007, 12:02 PM
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Thanks Steve! Took a bit if fiddling with the audio properties on the computer end of things, but all appears well now.
I originally had a little bit of a hum when I added Gallia County. But, I'd plugged into the MIC IN jack on the computer when I started. I switched it to the LINE IN jack, tweaked the scanner volume and the Line In audio level on the PC and that took away ALL of the hum for me.

Be nice if we could get a Central Ohio MARCS feed up and running now too!!!!

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