KAMU-Classical (HD-2) is Aggieland’s newest radio station featuring 24/7 classical music programming and longtime KAMU favorites such as Performance Today, Pipedreams and Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin.
It’s a free HD Radio® station that can be listened to in most vehicles, on your computer, your smart phone, tablet or other smart device, and on home or portable HD radios.
What Is HD Radio®?
Hybrid Digital radio is a technology that enables KAMU to broadcast programs through a high-quality digital signal. These signals are free of static or interference and feature cleaner, richer sound. HD Radio® is not satellite radio, such as SiriusXM. An HD Radio® receives programming, including regular FM stations such as KAMU’s at no cost.
If you don’t already know how to find KAMU-Classical (also known as HD-2), the information below should help.
Listening In Your Car, At Home
If you own an HD Radio® — in your home, in your vehicle, or as a portable device — simply tune it to 90.9 KAMU-FM and wait a few seconds for the HD® logo to light up and/or the numbers 1 and 2 to appear. Those numbers allow you to select and listen to KAMU’s two noise-free content music streams at no cost:
- HD-1: (KAMU 90.9-1): This is the higher-quality version of the 90.9 FM broadcast.
- HD-2: (KAMU-Classical 90.9-2): This is the new classical music channel.
The easiest way to listen to either KAMU-Classical or KAMU on your computer or smart device is by using the appropriate livestream link on our Listen Live webpage through your favorite web browser.
Using A Smart Speaker
Google Assistant is available on Google Home smart speakers, Android devices and even iOS devices using the Google Assistant app.
To listen, say, “Hey, Google, play KAMU-Classical on TuneIn.”
To listen to 90.9 FM, say, “Hey, Google, play KAMU on TuneIn.”
Amazon Alexa functionality is coming soon!
Where Can I Buy An HD Radio®?
There are many in-store and online options, whether for your car (yours may already have an HD-capable receiver), home or office. Several options are listed at hdradio.com.
Remember, all HD Radios® receive both FM and HD signals, and all HD signals are free.
For a complete schedule of KAMU-FM and KAMU-Classical programming, visit kamu.tamu.edu.