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Author Topic: "Requiem for Radio" Shortwaveservice 9620/9690 am 2300 UTC 27 May 2017 - new  (Read 958 times)

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Excellent reception.....on the '36 Zenith Console 8S154, sounds like a concert hall

2300z Requiem for Radio....An Homage to the Sackville Towers.  In a twist, it started with WBCQ & Shortwaveservice trying to contact RCI under the music, don't recall that the last two nights..  A significant amount of choral singing tonight.

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« Last Edit: May 28, 2017, 0000 UTC by Ct Yankee »
Tecsun H501x (broadcast received on this unless noted), Zenith T/O G500, Zenith T/O Royal 7000, Emerson AR-176, Zenith 8S154, T/O 7G605 (Bomber), Tecsun PL-600, Tecsun PL-880, Zenith 5S320, Realistic DX 160 using 40 feet of copper wire.  With apologies to Senator Gramm for his thoughts on firearms, "I have more radios than I need but not as many as I want."
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Music for a Saturday night. Wonderful and stimulating. Excellent signal here in Northern New England. A brilliant tribute to what radio meant down through the ages.
R-71A, Eton E1, AOR 7030+
Lowe PR-150, End fed 100 ft. long wire
Behringer Xenyx 802, Yamaha HTR-5460 with Bose speakers