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Author Topic: EDM on 1580kHz?  (Read 668 times)

Offline ThaDood

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EDM on 1580kHz?
« on: December 03, 2020, 2006 UTC »
Propagation just sucked on lower HF bands last night, so DX'ed MW. Surprised to hear a progressive EDM format on 1580AM, booming in at S+20/9. The only promo that I heard was, "CD 92-9". No doubt, (Minus Gwen Steffani.), a dump-off from an FM station. But, which one??? Heard this best at 07:30UTC, 12/3/2020. Any clues??? Neat to hear this format on the AM band, with a format not unlike the 'ol mystery pirate WMPR.
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Re: EDM on 1580kHz? This might explain.
« Reply #1 on: December 03, 2020, 2107 UTC »
Ah-ha!!! https://radioinsight.com/headlines/201628/cd-returns-in-columbus-on-92-9/
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