Listening to radio outside Malaysia

If you have tried listening to radio stations on this site but are not currently in Malaysia, then some stations won’t work. Instead you may hear a recorded message about the station only being available if you are in Malaysia.


If you would nevertheless like to listen to Malaysian radio, then here is a simple way! You need to temporarily modify the proxy settings of your browser, following the instructions below. Doing this will hide your true location from the radio stations and the blocked broadcasts will work normally.


N.B. When you have finished listening, it may speed up your internet connection if you diable this proxy again.


Depending on which browser you are using, click on one of the following links:


  1. Chrome
  2. Firefox

Chrome – how to configure a proxy

Step 1

Click Chrome menu button situated at top-right hand corner

Click the Chrome Menu button situated at the top right of the browser. It looks like 3 horizontal bars.

 

Step 2

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Choose “Settings” from the drop-down menu

 

Step 3

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Show advanced settings”

 

Step 4

Look for the Network settings and click on the button marked “Change proxy Settings”

 

Step 5


On the popup window, click on the button marked “LAN settings”

 

Step 6


On this page:

  1. Check the box marked “Use a proxy server for your LAN…”
  2. In the “Address” box enter one of the following: 219.93.183.106, 202.133.104.106
  3. In the “Port” box enter the following: 8080
  4. Click OK

 

Step 7


When you no longer require your proxy connection and want to back to using your direct connection (increased speed), then simply uncheck the box marked “Use a proxy server for your LAN…”





Firefox – how to configure a proxy

Step 1

Click the Firefox Menu button situated at the top right of the browser. It looks like 3 horizontal bars. Alternatively if you are using Menus, click Tools–>Options

 

Step 2


Choose “Options” from the drop-down menu

 

Step 3


When the options pop-up is displayed, choose “Advanced”

 

Step 4


From the Advanced section, choose “Network” and then click “Settings”

 

Step 5


On this page:

  1. Select radio button “Manual proxy configuration”
  2. In the “HTTP Proxy” box enter one of the following: 219.93.183.106, 202.133.104.106
  3. In the “Port” box enter the following: 8080
  4. Click OK

 

Step 6


When you no longer require your proxy connection and want to back to using your direct connection (increased speed), then simply uncheck the box marked “Use a proxy server for your LAN…”