You can listen to K-Dave streamed via the Internet, but if you use Windows Media Player you’ll need to download and install this plug-in to hear it: OpenPlsInWmp2Setup.exe Running this will allow your version of Windows Media Player to open the “.pls” file that starts the streaming audio. Then you can listen to K-Dave, if it is “on the air” when you try to connect. If you get an error and Windows Media Player won’t run, consider trying VLC, an open-source (free) video/audio player that works very well and handles the .pls file properly. Or try the following Flash-based player, but be aware that you’ll lose the sound if you navigate away from this page.
Here is an embedded Windows Media Player for those of you running an appropriate browser on a Windows machine, but it seems to work only in Internet Explorer:
Note: On occasion the “Now Playing” data is absent or stuck on a previous song. I try to keep it current and working but it has issues sometimes. Sorry…
I have addressed the problem of the upstream link failing but only by forcing a reset every few hours. This helps but there may be occasional stretches of silence between resets. It isn’t a ‘fix’ but it seems to be functioning as a work-around.
The following is the K-Dave Station ID but you won’t hear it on the air for now since I don’t have a way to include it with the ‘mix’: