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Copy and paste stream URL into player of choice
In Wanamp and iTunes use: http://188.8.131.52:8000/listen.pls
In Windows media Player use: http://184.108.40.206:8000
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If you are having trouble using the Flash Player at the top of the page try refreshing the web page and see if that solves the problem. If refreshing the web page doesn't help, try updating the computer's Flash player here.
If the flash player still will not work, try playing the stream using an external media player like iTunes, Windows Media Player or Winamp using the links above.
One common problem when trying to click on the Winamp, Quicktime or Windows Media Player link is that the stream doesn't launch into one of those programs. The most common reason for this is that the browser's MIME types or "Helper Applications" list isn't set up to correctly associate mp3's with your favorite streaming program.
The easiest solution is probably using the copy/paste url above with your media player. Different media players require different URL formatting so we've provided two options. Hopefully one of them will work for you.
If you are an advanced user you can probably figure out how to check the MIME type associations in your web browser and make sure that our MP3 stream opens correctly into the media player of choice. For everyone else ty Googling "changing MIME Type Firefox" or "Changing MIME Type Internet Explorer" for your specific operating system, browser and media player combination.
Every version of every browser for every version of every operating system is a little different so we can't include tutorials for all of them. However, below are a few images that should help you get started.
In Firefox Version 3.5.7 on Vista on the menu bar select Tools>Options and then select the "Applications" tab. You will see a window like the one below. Scroll down to where .mp3 and/or .m3u is listed and try changing the media player that is associated with that file type. IN the image below we have selected "Windows Media Player". Try changing it to something different if its not working.
In Internet Explorer version 8 on Vista the MIME Types settings can be changed via the menu bar by selecting Tools>Internet Options. Then click on the "Programs" Tab. From there click on the "Set Programs" button. That will open a new window as seen in the 2nd image below. Click on the link for "Assocate a File type or protocal with a program". That will open a window that looks like the 3rd image below. From that window scroll down to the file type for .mp3 and switch it to a program like Windows Media Player or iTunes or Winamp. You might also want to set the following extensions to also load into that program: .m3u, .asx, .vlc.
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