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Offline Dag

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Who is the voice of "aviation weather" 10051 kHz?
« on: January 11, 2015, 0054 UTC »
Who is the voice of "aviation weather" on USB 10051 kHz? What's his name?  Where is he?

He seems to be the same voice for New York Radio and Gander radio on 10051 khz, heard easily in central Florida at 0030+ Z.

I've heard his voice for years (it seems).

It's the same voice, same delivery, same clear diction for as long as I've heard the broadcasts. There's a old post regard these volmet broadcasts that indicates it's a computerized voice. This makes sense as it's a mundane task to read all of the weather conditions.  If so, it's the most authentic and impressive synthesized human voice I've heard.

« Last Edit: January 11, 2015, 1355 UTC by Dag »
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Re: Who is the voice of "aviation weather" 10051 kHz?
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2015, 1449 UTC »
Who ever it is has the second most boring job in the world, right behind the guy that walks you through activating windows by phone
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