Yes thank you. However I live outside the city of Phila so it would not work.The feeds are provided by volunteer scanner enthusiasts who use their own personal radios, computers, electricity, and networks at their own cost.
A feed's "quality" could be affected by many things, such as the quality of the signals on the system itself, simulcast issues, location, scanner, antenna, etc. Sometimes it takes a little time for the feed provider to fine tune the equipment.
You are permitted to listen-in free of charge. You can also purchase your own scanner.
Yes, that is a possibility although it ties you to a computer. Also, he does not carry Montco which leaves a big hole in area coverage.If you want a good clear feed go with Philly Fire Feed. It costs $45 a year but you get what you pay for - virtually no delay and no simulcast issues.