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Offline ChrisSmolinski

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WEAK Radio 6925 USB 2225z
« on: October 05, 2009, 2304 UTC »
Nice signal into MD this evening, S7 or so.

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Re: WEAK Radio 6925 USB 2225z
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2009, 2312 UTC »
SIO 444 in NC tonight, with the usual great WEAK audio.

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Re: WEAK Radio 6925 USB 2225z
« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2009, 0353 UTC »
10/5/09, 6925 USB
2325z: "People Who Died" Jim Carroll Band
2329z: WEAK Radio ID, over Steppenwolf "Rock Me"
0023z: WEAK Radio IDs after "monster truck" song.
0024z: Computer voice "frightened little girl" commentary, couldn't quite copy what she was saying - loud enough, but the diction of the synthesized voice is sometimes difficult to understand.  Have heard this before after shows by other stations, usually with amusing commentary.  No idea which station does this but it's hilarious.
SINPO - 34333, good signal, S5-S7 over low noise

BTW, I received an e-mail report from Mermaid Radio that WEAK Radio was being heard in the Caribbean.
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