Did one of my regular visits to the Spacial Audio forums just to see what the latest posts/gripes from customers were.

“I find these activation errors with this software absolutely ridiculous”

A long time advocate of SAM Broadcaster seems to be getting rather annoyed with the way the program activation server says they have already exceeded their activation limit.


The user goes onto say this:

“Receiving an auto-response email indicating I will need to wait for “Normal Business Hours” to make use of software I legitimately paid for in 2013″

So this user now has to wait for Spacial Audio support to get back to her during office hours.

Things like this should NEVER happen with radio automation software.

No doubt this has probably meant this woman wasn’t able to do her regular radio show.

Activation errors with SAM Broadcaster are what we see people complaining about most often.

That and it randomly crashing without warning.

“Why do people still pay out $$$ for SAM Broadcaster every year to have the same things happen to them time and time again? Nothing ever works when it comes to Spacial Audio and their poorly coded software”

Save yourself the headaches of software NOT activating!

Just download RadioDJ free radio automation software.

RadioDJ doesn’t require any registration keys or online activation’s.


It’s 100% FREE with no catches or hidden fees (NOT MISLEADING)

Just reliable radio automation software that does what it’s supposed to.

The user finished off their post with this:

“Such obstacles to activation are one reason people turn to cracks or other means to bypass utterly infuriating malfunctioning/inefficient software licensing regimes”

Indeed not a day goes by without us seeing people searching for a cracked copy of SAM Broadcaster. (We guess that’s because people can’t afford $299)

When will people wake up to the fact that Spacial software and it’s activation servers aren’t up to the job?

Our message remains the same: STOP paying $$$ to Spacial Audio for software, You’re only paying them to code even more bad software.

They’ve had over 17 years to get things right and still they plod along each year doing nothing to improve reliability/stability with the software.

Last updated on: March 26th, 2017
at 15:33 PM Europe/London

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