Saut ul Quran FM93.4 Radio Pakistan

۔۔تلاوت سننے کے لئے اس لنک پر کلک کریں،
فارمیٹ pls کی ایک چھوٹی سی فائل ڈاون لوڈ ہوگی اس پر کلک کریں اور تلاوت سنیں، اگر تلاوت پلے نہ ہو تو کوئی اچھا سا آڈیو پلیئر انسٹال
کریں یا پی ایل ایس پلیئر انسٹال کریں۔

Saut ul Quran FM93.5 Channel

Stream Radio On Your Media Player

VLC Media Player

This is one of the best media players for Windows and it’s cross-platform. It comes pre-loaded with the Icecast Radio Directory and Jamendo Selections. To access these collections, open the View menu and click Playlist or use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + L to switch to the view shown below or back. When you expandInternet on the left-hand side, you will find the respective playlists, some of which might not be available to you, depending on your geographical location. Double-click a channel to start streaming in VLC.
VLC Media Player
You can save your favorite stations to the current playlist and via the Media tabSave Playlist to File (CTRL + Y) for future use. You can also open stations manually, provided you have the streaming link. Go to Media and select Open Network Stream… (CTRL + N). Alternatively, you can right-click the playlist, chooseAdvanced Open… and switch to the Network tab. Enter the network URL for the Internet radio station and click play. The station will auotmatically be added to your playlist.
VLC Open Media
Unfortunately, the SHOUTcast directory was pulled several years ago, but you can add individual stations after copying the streaming ULR (see screenshot above) from the SHOUTcast website.

Windows Media Player

Hard to believe, but Microsoft made listening to Internet radio rather straight forward. In WMP 12, click the Media Guide link in the bottom left, which will open the respective website in the player. Here you can browse stations by genre and open them directly.
Windows Media Player
Click the Play tab in the top right to see the station that is currently playing. From here, you can drag it into one of your Playlists in the menu on the left. Easy!
To manually add radio stations by URL, go to File and Open URL… (CTRL + U). You’ll notice that WMP 12 doesn’t support PLS files, the SHOUTcast format. You can either copy the streaming URL from the PLS file by opening it in notepad, or install a tool aptly named Open PLS in WMP. Note that you’ll need to open files with OpenPlsInWMP, which will then launch the stream in WMP 12.