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RECEPTION VIA INTERNET


WORLDWIDE AROUND THE CLOCK

You can listen to Radio Sylvia with the Radio Syƶvia players on this page or any other audio stream player (e.g. the VLC Player); the stream addresses are listed below. We can also be found in the stations lists of all main radio portals, e.g. TuneIn, radio.de and Streema. For mobile reception we recommend the TuneIn app for Android and iOS or the Replaio app for Android. Of course Radio Sylvia can also be received with standard internet radios.

In case you have problems with the reception of Radio Sylvia, you'll find help on our FAQ page.

OUR STREAMS

192 kbit/s - MP3

Radio Sylvia Player

Server location: Roubaix (France)

Stream addresses:
www.radiosylvia.de/streamurl/listen.pls
www.radiosylvia.de/streamurl/listen-192k.pls

128 kbit/s - MP3

Radio Sylvia Player

Server location: London (UK)

Stream address:
www.radiosylvia.de/streamurl/listen-128k.pls

32 kbit/s - aacPlus

Radio Sylvia Player

Server location: Roubaix (France)

Stream address:
www.radiosylvia.de/streamurl/listen-32k.pls

RECEPTION VIA SHORT WAVE


ALL OVER EUROPE EVERY 1ST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH

Radio Sylvia broadcasts on short wave on every 1st Saturday of the month at the following times:

6 p.m. - midnight CET > 6070 kHz (49m band)
6 p.m. - 8 p.m. CET > 3955 kHz (75m band)

These transmissions are aired via the broadcasting facilities of Radio Channel 292 in Rohrbach (Bavaria).

Reception reports are welcome!

If you send us a reception report by post and include sufficient return postage, you will get the official Radio Sylvia QSL card. Reception reports we receive by e-mail will be confirmed by our eQSL.

QSL card

Radio Sylvia QSL card

Listen to us on short wave via Web SDRs!

In case you have no short wave radio available, you can also receive Radio Sylvia at the times mentioned above via the Web SDR of the University of Twente in Enschede (Netherlands). Furthermore numerous Kiwi SDRs are online. With the European Kiwi SDRs, reception of Radio Sylvia on 6070 and 3955 kHz should be possible. Try it - you can find a list of the active locations here.