Listen to Your Favorite Radio Broadcasters Call Games in Sync with Your TV!
Now, with the all-new SportSync SR-202 AM/FM Delay Radio, you can turn down the sound on your TV and watch the game while listening to your favorite radio announcers. Features
Radio play-by-play announcers provide the most descriptive, interesting and fun calls of pro or college sports events. But radio signals almost always run several seconds ahead of TV broadcasts which must pass through cable, satellite or HDTV systems. Before, if you tried to listen on the radio and watch on TV, you heard each play called on the radio well in advance of the same action you saw on TV….it took all the fun out of the game. Now, with the SportSync SR-202, you can delay the radio audio up to 16 seconds to exactly match what you're watching on TV.
- AM-FM PLL Digital Radio
- Up to 16 Seconds of Audio Delay
- 520-1710 AM / 87.5-108 FM
- 20 AM + 20 FM Memory Presets
- Display Backlighting
- Memory Scan
- Auto Program
- 24-Hour Clock with Day & Date
- Sleep Timer (10 to 90 minutes)
- Battery Level Indicator
- Telescoping FM Antenna
- Internal AM Antenna with External Jack
- Headphone Jack
- Desk Kickstand
- Reset Button
- External Audio Input Delay Option
- May Connect to Home Theater Systems (using radio audio or external source)
- Tuning Lock (prevents accidental change)
- Tuning in 10 KHz increments on AM; 100 KHz increments on FM
- Optional Accessories – sold separately: AA Batteries, Carrying Case, Earphone, Home Theater Connection Cable
How it Works - It's So Easy to Use!Why You Need It
Simply adjust the display slider to listen to the game's radio broadcast synchronized with the action on TV.
Radio Broadcasts Almost Always Run Ahead of TV BroadcastsSpecifications
SportSync Radio SR-202 Manual Click here for a PDF copy of the Manual
Tech Notes and Frequently Asked Questions
1. As radio reception can vary location by location. If you are having problems receiving a station try aiming the radio in different directions on the AM band and extending the telescoping antenna for FM band reception.
2. If you are unsure whether the delay for the sporting events you are watching is greater than 16 seconds (the difference in time between what you hear on a regular radio and what you are watching on TV) please view a game before ordering SportSync and time the difference. The delays may vary slightly game to game but if the delay is under 16 seconds then in all likelihood it will remain so.
3. At times national broadcasts will delay much longer than local broadcasts. So a delay on a local game may be 5 seconds for example and 14 seconds for the national TV broadcast.
4. Satellite TV delays are typically longer than cable or over-the-air TV broadcasts delays. Sometimes even greater than 16 seconds. The delays do vary from one sport to another.
5. If the delay is longer than 16 seconds typically for the sport you're interested in there is unfortunately nothing that SportSync can do to extend the amount of delay that the radio provides. Delays longer than 16 seconds are rare but not unprecedented.
6. In very rare cases the radio broadcast will run behind the TV. This is due to excessive time delays built in to the radio broadcast that SportSync has no control over. The best answer in these cases is to delay the TV signal by using a DVR tuner box.