How To Listen
FIND US ON YOUR DEVICE
There are lots of ways you can listen to Key56 radio whether you are at home, work or on the go. So let’s take a look at how you can listen to our station.
In the car and on the go
Key56 is built for mobility! In fact, if you are on the go, you can take us with you! Your mobile devices are key to listening on the go. Listen on any smart phone, tablet, or mobile wi-fi device (such as your wi-fi car stereo unit). You can use personal ear buds, wireless Bluetooth speakers, or any speaker device with an AUX port can stream us from your mobile device.
Listen at Home or in the Office
Key56 sounds great when you listen to us at home or work using your personal computer or a smart device on your speaker system. You can listen right from our website just click the Listen Live or use the pop up player. Under the listen with your apps there are several links to several players just click one.
Some of the other ways to listen to us at home or at work:
MyTuner Radio, or radio.net app
Roku Systems via Shoutcast, MyTuner Radio or TuneIn Radio app
Alexa enabled devices (including all Echo and Amazon Fire devices)
Google Home devices
Your mobile device or PC while connected to your stand alone speaker system via Bluetooth or AUX port
There are plenty of apps available for your smart devices as well. You will need an app to listen on any device that doesn’t access our internet site directly. Some devices don’t work with every app. As a rule of thumb TuneIn Radio works on nearly everything, but other apps are beginning to be recognized by many devices. Here are some of the apps you can use:
If you are unable to find an app that plays Key56 radio, your player might be able to accept and save our direct stream URL. Copy and paste this into your device manual stream option.
Listening in your Car
Listen to Key56 Radio through the car stereo speakers in real time. Here are some of the ways you can listen to Key56 while riding in your car!
WiFi enabled Car Audio Systems.
Android Auto and Apple Car Play
Bluetooth Audio Stereo Systems
AUX or USB connections
Cassette or FM Transmitters that work with your car radio