Flagstaff Picks up an Island in the Pacific!!!

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Flagstaff Picks up an Island in the Pacific!!!

Postby Kaing of Kaings » December 2nd, 2006, 7:19 pm

Yea, I know you were all excited thinking I got Hawaii or Guam. But I just got 740 KBRT from Avalon, Ca, Religious. I tuned into 740 around 5:00 and heard a religous station I figured it was KBRT and sure enought, they IDed and it was it. KCBS was seriously competing with it.

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Postby TheStuboy » December 3rd, 2006, 4:04 am

All I have on 740 is an unknown gringo that is very weak. Neither KCBS or KBEAT come in clear at all.
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Postby leeroy_t » December 4th, 2006, 6:48 pm

Dusk is about the only time of the day you will hear KBRT competeing with KCBS. KBRT goes off the air at 7:30-8 and KCBS is extremely powerful once it gets dark out. I could prob hear KBRT if I werent 10 miles from KCBS. I think Hawaii is a dream us DXers will never actually realize. Most stations on the islands are 10kW therefore they dont travel far enough.

Ell, Im going to Mexico in two weeks and I might bring a radio and try to dx back to the United States. I wonder what US stations I can hear when Im down in Acapulco-Puerto Vallerta.
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