WHAT IS RADIO CACHE AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

March 22nd, 2019 by

You may have seen that you had a cache radio feature and wondered how to make use out of it. Through the cache radio feature, you can pull off some cool things like pausing a live broadcast for up to 20 minutes without worrying that you missed it. Provided you listen to AM or FM radio, cache radio keeps recording.

HOW RADIO CACHE WORKS
After you have hit the pause button for the radio cache, you will see the controls of the cache. Through the radio cache, you have the option to resume, play, pause, fast forward or rewind through the show. Let’s say that you’d rather listen to it live. For that, you simply hit the live button, and the radio cache will take you up to the part where you want to be. Understandably, phone calls will come and go. For that reason, when you receive a phone call, the radio cache can pause your radio automatically and pick up where it left off.

WHAT IS A RADIO CACHE?
A radio cache could have multiple radios integrated into a single one. You might have a base station or a radio repeater in some cases.

WHAT TO KNOW
One of the things that you have to remember with a cache radio is that you don’t want to change the station unless you actually don’t want to listen to that station. The problem with changing the station comes from how as soon as you have done that, all the information that you had on the radio will be lost. This means that if you wanted to pause and go back to see a specific part, you won’t be able to do that. However, the radio cache is always recording when you use it.

ADDING TO YOUR LEVEL OF CONVENIENCE
In short, a radio cache will add to your convenience and make things easier for you. If you want to go back and record something, you always have the option to go back and record. In the past with radio, you had to stay fully tuned into your radio station because you didn’t want to miss it. You can’t pause live radio. That never became a problem for when listening to songs because you may have heard them for the third time that day, but when it comes to a live radio show, you also couldn’t reverse and go back. Maybe the show host said something interesting, and you want to hear what they said for a second time. Without a radio cache, you couldn’t go back and do that.

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