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Any way to listen to Dodger games?

joebruin77

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I love my Tesla, but my only regret so far is that I cannot listen to LA Dodger games. Has anyone found a way to listen to Dodger games while driving? In addition to TuneIn, I have access to XM radio via my iPhone. Please share any suggestions.
Thank you,
joebruin77
Go Dodger Blue!
 
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cpa

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I love my Tesla, but my only regret so far is that I cannot listen to LA Dodger games. Has anyone found a way to listen to Dodger games while driving? In addition to TuneIn, I have access to XM radio via my iPhone. Please share any suggestions.
Thank you,
joebruin77
Go Dodger Blue!

As much as I love the Dodgers, those announcers make my hair hurt. They are horrible! I guess almost sixty years of listening to Vin paint such beautiful pictures and recount such wonderful stories with his dulcet voice spoiled me.

For all the money that these broadcasters get, they really ought to listen to themselves during the off season and figure out how to improve their delivery and approach to the game. For starters, watch the outfielders on a long fly--they are the first hint whether they ball is playable, in the gap, or a home run. I wonder if these guys even keep a scorecard as the game progresses.
 

joebruin77

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That worked! Thank you sir! I’ve been trying for a long time to find a way to listen to the Dodgers on radio simultaneously with TV coverage, and AM was never satisfactory.

This works for that purpose and for the Tesla.

How do you tune to 98.7 HD2 in the Tesla?
 

jjrandorin

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As much as I love the Dodgers, those announcers make my hair hurt. They are horrible! I guess almost sixty years of listening to Vin paint such beautiful pictures and recount such wonderful stories with his dulcet voice spoiled me.

For all the money that these broadcasters get, they really ought to listen to themselves during the off season and figure out how to improve their delivery and approach to the game. For starters, watch the outfielders on a long fly--they are the first hint whether they ball is playable, in the gap, or a home run. I wonder if these guys even keep a scorecard as the game progresses.

I dont even like baseball at all (only watch playoffs), but I would listen to Vin sometimes just to listen to Vin. Listening to him was just so.... soothing (lmao).
 
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joebruin77

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Music>Radio>Stations>98.7 ALT2


Thank you for the suggestion. When I bring up the radio stations, I see a list of FM stations, but nothing with the designation "ALT2". Does this mean that there aren't any in my area or do I have to adjust a setting to receive and display ALT2 stations?
 
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tvad

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If your list shows 98.7, but it doesn't show other options, then perhaps you don't receive it in your area. Not sure. To my knowledge, there isn't an adjustment or option that hides/displays FM ALT sub channels. They're either there, or they're not.

Do any of your FM Stations show ALT sub channels?
 

joebruin77

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Dec 23, 2018
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If your list shows 98.7, but it doesn't show other options, then perhaps you don't receive it in your area. Not sure. To my knowledge, there isn't an adjustment or option that hides/displays FM ALT sub channels. They're either there, or they're not.

Do any of your FM Stations show ALT sub channels?

Nope, I don't see any HD stations or ALT stations listed. Just numbers, which I assume are standard FM stations. Thanks again for the suggestions and feedback.
 

tvad

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Nope, I don't see any HD stations or ALT stations listed. Just numbers, which I assume are standard FM stations. Thanks again for the suggestions and feedback.
That's really odd. I'm in North Hollywood. We would have the same stations.

My wife drives the Model 3. I'll take a look when she gets home.

No info in the Tesla 3 manual?
 

BillO

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Because of threads like this one, I never tried listening to Giants games in my Model 3 over KNBR, the Giants AM station here in the SF Bay area. Then about 3 weeks ago, I was stuck in traffic and decided to tune into KNBR on a whim. And lo and behold, there was the game, sounding better than any AM broadcast I have ever heard!

I can’t explain why it’s working for me, but maybe the local Dodger AM station will work for you too in LA...
 
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