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Author Topic: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14  (Read 5118 times)

Offline Barycenter

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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #15 on: May 03, 2014, 0217 UTC »
Got him here in central MN about an S5.
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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #16 on: May 03, 2014, 0224 UTC »
Whiskey Redneck Radio coming into NJ on 6925.15 kHz, USB mode, with a readable signal from 0152 tune in to 0210 UTC. Several ID's heard, including 0152, 0154, and 0203. Paused between selections, which included "Hobo Bill," by Grandpa Jones and "Skinner Blues" at 0206 UTC. Also mentioned that he's being heard in Montana, Iowa, Virginia and other states, using a dipole. Add NJ to the list and thank you for the program, my first logging of Whiskey Redneck Radio.

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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2014, 0227 UTC »
Caught WRR here also at 0214 with a real redneck banjo version of Mtn Dew, Id at 0216 and 0218, into Angel of Death by Hank Williams Sr. Signal is about a S6-7, audio good. Thanks for the show WRR! Glad I am catching it! ;D

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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #18 on: May 03, 2014, 0229 UTC »
I'm still picking this show up crystal clear.  This is the most fun I've ever had listening to radio.  Rock on WRR!!!

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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #19 on: May 03, 2014, 0232 UTC »
Still on at 0229 with what I call country folk songs.

Not bad signal here in SE PA. 

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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2014, 0237 UTC »
WWR coming in  S9+ in San Antonio, TX  On 6925U. My antenna also dipole fed with ladder line. Good audio quality. OM announcer playin old country and honky-tonk.
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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #21 on: May 03, 2014, 0244 UTC »
Signal strength really picking up now - clear S7 to S9. Fun show!
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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #22 on: May 03, 2014, 0245 UTC »
Intuned at 1:53z Using PL880 tonight as I walk my hound. WWR ID at 1:55. much Grampa Jones & talk of smackng in the mouth. 28 Dbu on Pl880. Interesting that I never lost the signal even inside of 7-11. Thats very unusual.

I didn't have time to mention it last night but as I was inside of 7-11 with my PL880 in my hand a guy in line behind me asked if I was listening to the ball game (silly ball games) & I responded that I was hearing a new pirate station & that got everybody's attention. I unplugged the phones & let the assembled group of cigarette & beer purchasers hear. I had to give a very short lecture on what shortwave is & why it is so damn cool..."it bounces off of the sky". a couple of guys came outside with me & asked where to get a radio like that,etc. I directed them to HFU to learn about it & to Twente to actually hear stuff without having to invest any money. One guy was actually taking notes.

a pretty entertaining show with good reception here. Thanks WWR.
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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #23 on: May 03, 2014, 1742 UTC »
Got Whiskey Redneck Radio on 6.925U at 0148U. Great signal. Hitting SIO 444 down here.

om talking about mics,etc
song
John Henry
WRR ID, burping from the whiskey and Grandpa Jones announced as next performer
song
om talking about his good audio and that he was getting down tonight and another ID
Hobo Bill
om describing his dipole and ladderline. Good info.
Muleskinner Blues by Grandpa Jones
song
song
om talking about his rough ass audio
Hank Williams Angel of Death
om about last song, opinions on living life and not wasting it. ID
Lost Highway
Rambling Ma
Set the Woods on Fire
song
song

I sure hope you send QSLs out via email as this was an unusual, and creative show!!!! I really enjoyed every minute of it. Killer signals too. I think your station is a big hit with everyone. Hope to hear from you again.

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Re: Whiskey Redneck Radio, 6925.2u, 0145z, 5-3-14
« Reply #24 on: May 03, 2014, 2214 UTC »
SDR recording catch. Mostly an SIO 444 signal.
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