Equalizer file — rolls off the highs and the bass, import into Win Amp.
Griffin i Mic — add an inexpensive high quality USB sound card to your desktop or laptop computer. Baseball Field Guide — sort-of pocket sized paperback booklet with excellent pictorial descriptions of Major League Baseball rules with good explanations of commonly misunderstood plays and umpire rulings.
Radio Feed — the perfect streaming encoder to feed speech audio to your LAN or the Internet. Scanner Cast — a great streaming encoder to feed speech audio to your LAN or the Internet.
Win Amp — mp3 player; the best player for files and Shoutcast audio streams; Win Amp is the friendly music player that is much easier to setup and use than i Tunes, Windows Media garbage, and others that completely take over your music files.
It costs about 0 and it has the capability to select the radio play-by-play or even natural ballpark sound in the MLB app. You can listen under the covers on earbuds plugged into the Roku remote. The sound is synchronized to the video and you don't have to adjust a thing.
VAC fakes out Windows into thinking that there is a cable from your sound card output looped back to your sound card input, but it's all done in software.Roku box — Tiny little box that plays games with radio sound option, Netflix, Hulu, and lots of other neat stuff. Radio Delay — Windows utility to delay audio for a period configured by the user, up to 30 seconds Virtual Audio Cable —a software "cable" to route audio out of one program and into another program.