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Postby mtleinster » September 23rd, 2015, 10:34 am

Does anyone know what frequency the reflink radios are for the RWC

Would like to get generic reflink radios and not the €14 RWC ones as I'm bringing two kids along and they will both want one :?
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby FLIP » September 23rd, 2015, 11:08 am

There's an old post on the internet saying that it's 62.7MHz at at twickers, although apparently this changes. You could search within the band surrounding that area as they'll be transmitting before the game.
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby johng » September 23rd, 2015, 11:27 am

mtleinster wrote:Does anyone know what frequency the reflink radios are for the RWC

Would like to get generic reflink radios and not the €14 RWC ones as I'm bringing two kids along and they will both want one :?


Just bring an old phone or 2 with an fm radio. Or indeed a tiny fm radio if you have one of those. (If your current phone doesn't have one. An actual one not an app) Then you can tune in to whatever frequency they use. Normally 96fm.

A 15 year old nokia or the like can be handy at festivals or away trips. Has FM radio. Can make calls and send texts. Battery lasts days. Is small and neat. If you lose it or drop it in water then who cares. This covers many people's needs.
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby olaf the fat » September 23rd, 2015, 12:36 pm

johng wrote:
mtleinster wrote:Does anyone know what frequency the reflink radios are for the RWC

Would like to get generic reflink radios and not the €14 RWC ones as I'm bringing two kids along and they will both want one :?


Just bring an old phone or 2 with an fm radio. Or indeed a tiny fm radio if you have one of those. (If your current phone doesn't have one. An actual one not an app) Then you can tune in to whatever frequency they use. Normally 96fm.

A 15 year old nokia or the like can be handy at festivals or away trips. Has FM radio. Can make calls and send texts. Battery lasts days. Is small and neat. If you lose it or drop it in water then who cares. This covers many people's needs.


So can a 20 year old blonde
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby johng » September 23rd, 2015, 12:41 pm

olaf the fat wrote:
johng wrote:
mtleinster wrote:Does anyone know what frequency the reflink radios are for the RWC

Would like to get generic reflink radios and not the €14 RWC ones as I'm bringing two kids along and they will both want one :?


Just bring an old phone or 2 with an fm radio. Or indeed a tiny fm radio if you have one of those. (If your current phone doesn't have one. An actual one not an app) Then you can tune in to whatever frequency they use. Normally 96fm.

A 15 year old nokia or the like can be handy at festivals or away trips. Has FM radio. Can make calls and send texts. Battery lasts days. Is small and neat. If you lose it or drop it in water then who cares. This covers many people's needs.


So can a 20 year old blonde


How many of these apply to a 20 year old blonde. (The answer may reveal more about you than any youngwan) :)

Has FM radio. Can make calls and send texts. Battery lasts days. Is small and neat. If you lose it or drop it in water then who cares.
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby olaf the fat » September 23rd, 2015, 1:28 pm

johng wrote:
olaf the fat wrote:
How many of these apply to a 20 year old blonde. (The answer may reveal more about you than any youngwan) :)

Has FM radio. Can make calls and send texts. Battery lasts days. Is small and neat. If you lose it or drop it in water then who cares.


All sorted, if she owns a 6510
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby johng » September 23rd, 2015, 1:59 pm

8810 ftw
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby nc6000 » September 23rd, 2015, 2:30 pm

Would a 20 year old even know that mobiles used to have keypads on them?
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby johng » September 23rd, 2015, 3:56 pm

Considering that smartphones were not common until they were 14 or 15 I'd say yes
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby Not_Today » September 24th, 2015, 12:40 am

Some of the reflinks are now being broadcast outside of the frequency that a bog standard phone or small radio are capable of picking up. Thus more sales of the reflink apparatus.
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby johng » September 24th, 2015, 8:08 am

Sneaky.
Not caught on here yet thankfully. The recent Welsh game was on 96 fm.
These frequencies are licensed so there would have to be some application to a state department somewhere. If you know where to look for such things
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby Peg Leg » September 24th, 2015, 12:44 pm

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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby mtleinster » September 28th, 2015, 11:20 am

Has anyone used a bogstandard radio at this world cup yet?
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby Slipper1 » September 28th, 2015, 11:36 am

mtleinster wrote:Has anyone used a bogstandard radio at this world cup yet?


Tried a radio in Cardiff & couldn't pick anything up. The same one gets RefLink in the Aviva no problem.
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby johng » September 28th, 2015, 3:49 pm

Apparently they use various frequencies in the 60s over there and never 96 like we do.
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby Not_Today » September 28th, 2015, 10:22 pm

Slipper1 wrote:
mtleinster wrote:Has anyone used a bogstandard radio at this world cup yet?


Tried a radio in Cardiff & couldn't pick anything up. The same one gets RefLink in the Aviva no problem.



See post #10
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Re: RefLink Radio

Postby brotheroffrank » May 13th, 2019, 6:25 pm

so called "reflink" at St James Park on Saturday....pure rubbish...
according to the "commentary" there were only sarries players on the pitch for the first 10 mins...!
5 of us passed it around for general amusement, then it got dumped before 1/2 time....
If there was an aware for worst "reflink" ever...give it to whoever produced Saturday's version....
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