The SportsSynch program allows you to delay the radio broadcast of your home team radio announcer so that it synchs up with the game being broadcast on network or satellite TV. Sometimes it's bad enough just having to listen to the network commentators call your game, but when they're making snide comments about your team it's intolerable. But what choice do you have? Listening with no sound really sucks and trying to listen to your home team radio announcer while watching the game on TV is an interesting experience to say the least. Hearing your QB has been sacked before you even see the ball snapped or hearing the ball clang off the rim before you see anyone shoot is not enjoyable. Now you can solve that problem with SportsSynch. SportsSynch will allow you to perfectly synch your home team radio announcer with the network broadcast. Simply run SportsSynch on your PC. Use a male to male audio cable to plug your audio source, usually a radio's headphone jack, into your PC 's audio in /mic port. Move the SportsSynch slider to set the delay.
What's new in version 1.1
Updated location of configuration file for windows. Moved to %APPDATA%
ReleaseSeptember 5, 2012
Date AddedSeptember 5, 2012
Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP