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Offline Andrew Yoder

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6925, 2/5, 0724+
« on: February 05, 2012, 1400 UTC »
Caught this last night one the recorder. Nice signal, but I had the R8 in USB & the broadcast was in AM. On for about 20 min or so, probably testing because there's a lot of dead air. I don't have time to listen to the file right now, but I plan to go through it & see if there are any IDs. Seemed to strong to be from Europe, but you never know  :)

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Andrew
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Re: 6925, 2/5, 0724+
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2012, 1740 UTC »
OK, listened to this on headphones. It was on for 34 min, with a QRT about 0759 UTC. There was no dead air. The sig was AM and somewhat off 6925 because I had the receiver on 6925.00 USB. I had a deep het from being mistuned. When listening on the old laptop, I couldn't hear the het & mistook this for dead air. That het also made for 34 min. of unpleasant listening. Programming was all house music, including Green Velvet "La La Land" at 0735. I think I heard an announcement of some sort at 0745, but I really couldn't hear much.

It didn't sound like either WMPR or Radio 2012 Int'l, The last song sounded like something those 2 stns would play. My best guess is Liquid Radio, but I really don't know.
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