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rempfer

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Dick's List, Radio Stations on 89W Galaxy28 3860/H/30000
(sample usage:  "vlc -vvv  udp://@224.0.255.{see list}:5500 --quiet")

{IP#}  Channel

107 Nothin' but '90s
108 Maximum Party
109 Dance Clubbin'
110 Bluegrass
111 Big Band
112 Jazz Now
113 Adult Alternative
114 Classic Masters
115 Classic Rock
116 Country Classics
117 Easy Listening
118 The Chill Lounge
119 The Spa
120 Baroque
121 Flashback '70s
122 Folk Roots
123 Opera Plus
124 Chamber Music
125 Today's Latin Pop
126 Hit List
127 Retro R&B
128 Hot Country
129 No Fences
130 Jammin'
131 Dance Classics
132 Jazz Masters
133 Holiday Hits
134 Hard Rock
135 Jukebox Oldies
136 Kids' Stuff
137 Alt Rock Classics
138 Latino Tropical
139 Alt Country - Americana
140 Pop Adult
141 Pop Classics
142 Gospel
143 Celtic
144 Retro Latino
145 Everything '80s
146 Rock
147 Rock Alternative
148 Smooth Jazz
149 Latino Urbana
150 Latin Tejano
151 Soul Storm
152 Swinging Standards
153 The Blues
154 The Light
155 Urban Beats
156 Regional Mexican
158 Dancehall Session
159 Caribbean Vintage
160 Soca

Have fun!
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Sweet..Plays nicely to my Azbox Ultra (well, as nice as an Ultra can be expected to with a bit of fiddling..)
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can an AZBOX prem+ do this?
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can an AZBOX prem+ do this?


I don't think so.  My AZBOX that is a lower grade of yours can't and I"m not aware of other set-top box receivers that can.  When my AZBOX, likely your AZBOX Prem+ version, and others mention "IPTV" as a feature, it's internet IPTV, not IPTV satellite-delivered streams that can be tuned, processed internally and outputted thru the receiver's HDMI or composite or whatever back panel outputs to a monitor.








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Originally Posted by rempfer
Dick's List, Radio Stations on 89W Galaxy28 3860/H/30000
(sample usage:  "vlc -vvv  udp://@224.0.255.{see list}:5500 --quiet")

{IP#}  Channel

107 Nothin' but '90s
108 Maximum Party
109 Dance Clubbin'
110 Bluegrass
111 Big Band
112 Jazz Now
113 Adult Alternative
114 Classic Masters
115 Classic Rock
116 Country Classics
117 Easy Listening
118 The Chill Lounge
119 The Spa
120 Baroque
121 Flashback '70s
122 Folk Roots
123 Opera Plus
124 Chamber Music
125 Today's Latin Pop
126 Hit List
127 Retro R&B
128 Hot Country
129 No Fences
130 Jammin'
131 Dance Classics
132 Jazz Masters
133 Holiday Hits
134 Hard Rock
135 Jukebox Oldies
136 Kids' Stuff
137 Alt Rock Classics
138 Latino Tropical
139 Alt Country - Americana
140 Pop Adult
141 Pop Classics
142 Gospel
143 Celtic
144 Retro Latino
145 Everything '80s
146 Rock
147 Rock Alternative
148 Smooth Jazz
149 Latino Urbana
150 Latin Tejano
151 Soul Storm
152 Swinging Standards
153 The Blues
154 The Light
155 Urban Beats
156 Regional Mexican
158 Dancehall Session
159 Caribbean Vintage
160 Soca

Have fun!

This mux now appears to be Stingray Music. 
Station list is pretty much the same except:
Code:
111 Big Band (changed to Hip Hop)
120 Baroque (changed to Broadway)
123 Opera Plus (changed to Eclectic Electonic)
127 Retro R&B (changed to Classic R&B and Soul)
131 Dance Classics (changed to Groove)
134 Hard Rock (changed to Heavy Metal)
143 Celtic (changed to Y2K)
145 Everything '80s (changed to Remember the '80s)
150 Latin Tejano (changed to Rock en Espanol)
156 Regional Mexican (changed to Romance Latino)
159 Caribbean Vintage (changed Caribbean Vintage Vibes)
160 Soca (changed to Soca Motion)
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Thanks for the update.
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I found a playlist made it easy to change to a different multicast streams without having to reference a multicast to name list.

Create a file called stingray.m3u and paste the content of the code block in the newly created file. Open the file with VLC. All of PID 0x002b needs to be retransmitted in order for all stations to work.

Code:

#EXTM3U
#EXTNAME: Stingray.com
#EXTINF:,Adult Alternative
udp://@224.0.255.113:5500
#EXTINF:,Alt Country/Americana
udp://@224.0.255.139:5500
#EXTINF:,Alt Rock Classics
udp://@224.0.255.137:5500
#EXTINF:,Bluegrass
udp://@224.0.255.110:5500
#EXTINF:,Broadway
udp://@224.0.255.120:5500
#EXTINF:,Caribbean Vintage Vibes
udp://@224.0.255.159:5500
#EXTINF:,Chamber Music
udp://@224.0.255.124:5500
#EXTINF:,Classic Masters
udp://@224.0.255.114:5500
#EXTINF:,Classic R&B and Soul
udp://@224.0.255.127:5500
#EXTINF:,Classic Rock
udp://@224.0.255.115:5500
#EXTINF:,Country Classics
udp://@224.0.255.116:5500
#EXTINF:,Dance Clubbin'
udp://@224.0.255.109:5500
#EXTINF:,Dancehall Session
udp://@224.0.255.158:5500
#EXTINF:,Easy Listening
udp://@224.0.255.117:5500
#EXTINF:,Eclectic Electronic
udp://@224.0.255.123:5500
#EXTINF:,Flashback '70s
udp://@224.0.255.121:5500
#EXTINF:,Folk Roots
udp://@224.0.255.122:5500
#EXTINF:,Gospel
udp://@224.0.255.142:5500
#EXTINF:,Groove
udp://@224.0.255.131:5500
#EXTINF:,Heavy Metal
udp://@224.0.255.134:5500
#EXTINF:,Hip Hop
udp://@224.0.255.111:5500
#EXTINF:,Hit List
udp://@224.0.255.126:5500
#EXTINF:,Holiday Hits
udp://@224.0.255.133:5500
#EXTINF:,Hot Country
udp://@224.0.255.128:5500
#EXTINF:,Jammin
udp://@224.0.255.130:5500
#EXTINF:,Jazz Masters
udp://@224.0.255.132:5500
#EXTINF:,Jazz Now
udp://@224.0.255.112:5500
#EXTINF:,Jukebox Oldies
udp://@224.0.255.135:5500
#EXTINF:,Kids' Stuff
udp://@224.0.255.136:5500
#EXTINF:,Latino Tropical
udp://@224.0.255.138:5500
#EXTINF:,Latino Urbana
udp://@224.0.255.149:5500
#EXTINF:,Maximum Party
udp://@224.0.255.108:5500
#EXTINF:,No Fences
udp://@224.0.255.129:5500
#EXTINF:,Nothing' but '90s
udp://@224.0.255.107:5500
#EXTINF:,Pop Adult
udp://@224.0.255.140:5500
#EXTINF:,Pop Classics
udp://@224.0.255.141:5500
#EXTINF:,Remember the '80s
udp://@224.0.255.145:5500
#EXTINF:,Retro Latino
udp://@224.0.255.144:5500
#EXTINF:,Rock
udp://@224.0.255.146:5500
#EXTINF:,Rock Alternative
udp://@224.0.255.147:5500
#EXTINF:,Rock en Español
udp://@224.0.255.150:5500
#EXTINF:,Romance Latino
udp://@224.0.255.156:5500
#EXTINF:,Smooth Jazz
udp://@224.0.255.148:5500
#EXTINF:,Soca Motion
udp://@224.0.255.160:5500
#EXTINF:,Soul Storm
udp://@224.0.255.151:5500
#EXTINF:,Swinging Standards
udp://@224.0.255.152:5500
#EXTINF:,The Blues
udp://@224.0.255.153:5500
#EXTINF:,The Chill Lounge
udp://@224.0.255.118:5500
#EXTINF:,The Light
udp://@224.0.255.154:5500
#EXTINF:,The Spa
udp://@224.0.255.119:5500
#EXTINF:,Today's Latin Pop
udp://@224.0.255.125:5500
#EXTINF:,Urban Beats
udp://@224.0.255.155:5500
#EXTINF:,Y2K
udp://@224.0.255.143:5500
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Frijid, nice!  

Selecting from your vlc playlist on laptop in livingroom.  Multicasting source is a wired NIC on a computer in back room using TSReader.  Too cool.

Thank you.
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The Stingray music channels on 55W 3859H3330 seem to be gone.  Tried on three different dishes to get them, but no can do.

Edit:  corrected SR on original post
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Stingray Music 55° 3795 H 3330
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Stingray Music 55° 3795 H 3330
Thank you, FirstClass!
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I use a rapsberry pi with a prof7500 to listen the music channels. Its a $25 dll solution with 5v 2 amps cost.
Also I installed a udpxy to convert multicast to http unicast. The problems related to multicast are gone. it works pretty fine with all my devices connected to my standard router. Android, IOS, desktop, Windows, OSX...

Its pretty simple after installation
1. Turn on the Raspberry pi
2. Tune SBN, either locally in the raspberry or remote with vlc. (this step is to required to tune the frequency). 
3. then Locally or remote tune music channels with .m3u scripts

I wrote a guide here:

https://github.com/jordy33/udpxy
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That's cool. I didn't know about udpxy before.  Multicast does tend to cause havoc with routers.
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Yea..the IT boys hate it when you bring up multicast addy's and the network..
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Stingray Music 55° 3795 H 3330

Can anyone confirm whether Stingray is still available at this location?  I'm having trouble finding it.
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