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Thanks James,
What I meant, and should have detailed by DAB was more about the range of Stations more than the broadcast tech.
My searches for MoOde just take me to forum pages, have I got it wrong?
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Hello Peter,

Sorry - meant to include a link;


The site is a little unusual to navigate, the list of stations supported is accessible from one of the small circular buttons to the lower right of the screen.

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Hi Peter,
MoOde can be found at: moodeaudio.org, thereis a list of all available built in internet "radio" stations. You can of course add more of your own if you wish.
The latest release will cost you $10, well worth it in my opinion, or you might find the last free release - V3.1 - on sourceforge.
PM me if you can't find it, I can send you a zip file of 3.1 to try.
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I've found Rune to be unstable and development has died, or at least stalled though it is apparently ongoing pending a major release.

I like Volumio, but not its dumping of Consume Mode. It's stable and the UI is clear and uncluttered.

MoOde seems to be very good, but the UI is very cluttered. This is probably because there's so much tweaking one can do if so inclined, which I'm not.
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Thanks for links folks.
I will investigate further!

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