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Author Topic: XLR8 6925u 0001+ 12-14-2012  (Read 1626 times)

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XLR8 6925u 0001+ 12-14-2012
« on: December 14, 2012, 0014 UTC »
XLR8  6925u 0001+ 12-14-2012; Playing old punk/hardcore SIO343 here. Heard The Horrors "Sheena Is A Parasite" @0009--very cool! Long break @0014; off? Nothing since 0014. Heard IDs throughout since 0006 but couldn't quite make out if it was "F L R 8" or "S L R 8".

***Beerus Maximus informed that this is "XLR8" Thanks, Beerus! Just couldn't make out that first letter.***  


Thanks for the awesome music, X L R 8!
Erik
« Last Edit: December 14, 2012, 1402 UTC by ETM71 »

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Re: "FLR8" or "SLR8" ? 6925u 001utc + 12-14-2012
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2012, 0020 UTC »
It was heard here in the Boston burbs. S9. This is actually probably "XLR8".
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Re: "FLR8" or "SLR8" ? 6925u 001utc + 12-14-2012
« Reply #2 on: December 14, 2012, 0022 UTC »
Signal was S9 in NH, Played some tunes by "The Snivelling Shits"
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Re: "FLR8" or "SLR8" ? 6925u 001utc + 12-14-2012
« Reply #3 on: December 14, 2012, 0038 UTC »
Possibly a new Pirate Testing tonight?

Hope the following helps...

23:43  Song Punk Rock ///// Your signal here in Illinois was about an S4 out of a S3 floor. Really in the mud
23:45  New song
23:46  Lost Signal Completely
23:52  You came back on with new song-- However you signal had a considerable boost. S7 out of S3 floor
23:56  Your signal abruptly stopped
23:59  You signal was back with new Punk song,  You signal dropped to an S6, peaking at an S7
00:06  ID SLR8?  RLR8? Really could hear but for me the ID letters were said too quickly) 1-2 Sec spacing might have helped
00:08  New ID  The number "8" was very clear.
00:10  Female as part of song "I want it"  Repeated 6-7 more times) S6
00:11  ID heard Anncd. "Accelerator" 2 times
00:13 off air.

Hope this helps! Signal was in mud about the first 10 minutes. Whatever you adjusted for the remainder of the program, significant boost to signal.

Thanks for the Show!   ...Steve
« Last Edit: December 14, 2012, 0047 UTC by RCCI - Radio Comedy Club International »
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Re: XLR8 6925u 001+ 12-14-2012
« Reply #4 on: December 14, 2012, 0102 UTC »
Recorder Catch on 6925USB

Heard intermittently here 2332-2335 (opened w/ Will Tell Overture), 2339-2345, 2352-2355, and 2358-0008 with great signal (S6-S9) and audio.  May have been on past 0008, but reception here was pretty weak.

ID at 0008 was definitely XLR8.

Thanks XLR8!
« Last Edit: December 14, 2012, 0104 UTC by jFarley »
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Re: XLR8 6925u 001+ 12-14-2012
« Reply #5 on: December 14, 2012, 0148 UTC »
35333
Heard here starting at 2341 with a bunch of unknown music.

Big fade, thought to be off at 2345 but back up at 2353 with more music  much weaker now.

0003 single male singer with echo effects sounds like mellow punk music

0005.38 XLR8 ID via male voice

0008 clear XLR8 ID

more punk but unknown to me

0010 XLR8 ID then a high freq tone and back into punk!

0010.36 XLR8 id again

0011.28 slow X  L  R  8 over the music

came with out a warning, came with out a warning, came with out a warning, thats why we want you


0011.58 accelerate, accelerate

0012 XLR8, signal strenght good again about the same as the start of the program.

0013 XLR8

0013 off

Thanks for the nice show! I have audio if requested.





« Last Edit: December 14, 2012, 0203 UTC by olddxer »
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Re: XLR8 6925u 001+ 12-14-2012
« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2012, 1348 UTC »
SDR catch. Very nice signal here, with low noise conditions. ID at 0010z.
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