Who's listening to FM Tonight? What tuner?

Discussion in 'Tuners' started by Old_Tech, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    Nice looking Sansui. :thumbsup:
     
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  2. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    This afternoon I'm listening to Al Carter-Bey spin some excellent jazz on 90.9 WDCB Chicago.
    Sony STR-6800 > ProAc Super Tablette
     
  3. GearHead454

    GearHead454 Still Lost Subscriber

    Thank you for the compliment. I have been very happy with the Sansui especially with the work PunkerX did on it.
     
  4. Hak Foo

    Hak Foo Active Member

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    Lately I've been listing to a lot of 93.3 KDKB on my JVC T-40PR. I like KCDX 103.1, but even with an outdoor antenna the reception is mediocre at best. I notice compared to some other tuners, switching to mono on a weak signal doesn't buy you that much noise reduction. I could always bump the equalizer a few notices to suppress the high-pitched buzz.
     
  5. DEAFASABAT

    DEAFASABAT Active Member

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    Pioneer TX-9500 II. Coast to Coast AM on KSMX 99.5 FM, Santa Maria CA. Great tuner, First owner was James Bongiorno
     
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  6. h2o4nyc

    h2o4nyc Active Member

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    Newark New Jersey's WBGO Jazz 88.3 FM... Sansui TU-717

    "The Blues Review" broadcasting right now, via that big monkey perch in midtown, The Empire State Building. I got me some bell wire plugged into the FM antenna output on my Sansui TU-717, with the other end connected to a radiator down the hall. "Howlin' Wolf" approves of this method!!
    Superb reception.
     
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  7. DOBIEGUY

    DOBIEGUY AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Saturday morning and my day starts with 'Portraits In Blue' OTA on WBGO 88.3 FM.
    John Lee Hooker on the Modern label 1949/50.
    Sounding correct in mono. The Scott Type 310B/Scott 99C kill'in it!
     
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  8. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    Some classical music this morning on 98.7 WMFT Chicago, on the recently acquired Pioneer TX-9100. I just got it back from my tech yesterday, who cleaned and aligned it.

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  9. webdog2010

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    Sunday night, enjoying Eddie Trunk Rocks on 98.9 The Rock, Kansas City, on a recently acquired Kenwood KT-8300.
     
  10. FauxHall

    FauxHall Super Member

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    A quiet night listening to "Dinner Jazz with Surianah Mahmud" on Abu Dhabi Classic 91.6. She plays a nice mix of jazz, easy listening pop, and some Arab artists. One piece I just heard uses an oud.

    The tuner is a Sony ST-S3000ES fed from a dipole near my window on the 32nd floor.

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  11. freQ(*)Oddio

    freQ(*)Oddio MUSIC MEATHEAD Subscriber

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    106.7 wizn, the wizard Burlington Vt, between album changes WP_20170410_20_13_23_Pro.jpg
     
  12. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    Listening to Orbert Davis (who is also an excellent trumpeter and composer) spin jazz on 90.9 WDCB Chicago, on the Pioneer TX-9100. If I had to choose between this one and my TX-9800 it would not be easy. Fortunately I don't have to. :D
     
  13. DC

    DC "Manhattan Boy" Subscriber

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    It's the sunniest, warmest day we've had in many months and here I am sitting inside listening to an absolutely fantastic Saturday Afternoon at the Opera broadcast of Verdi's Aida live from the Metropolitan Opera. :music:
     
  14. cnyel1967

    cnyel1967 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Clapton- Lay Down Sally. 96.3 Columbus OH....AU/TU 919
     
  15. KiM3Ce

    KiM3Ce AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    KBAQ Phoenix, Rotel RHT-10 and Nakamichi 430. The Nakamichi sounds good but the Rotel handles the IBOC noise better.
     
  16. mr clean

    mr clean Active Member

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    Im listening to the duke 93.5 for some great country this morning after mids so its night to me. Using the emotive pt-100 and a outdoor tv antenna. I don't listen to country real often but they play lots of 80s and 90s and I'm in the mood today. The music reminds me of a bar I lived at back in that time frame:).
    Its online check it out.

    http://player.listenlive.co/33841
     
  17. bikehomero

    bikehomero Active Member

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    I'm listening HR1 at 94,4 here in Germany. Good music paired with latest results in soccer Bundelsliga is nice. I'm using my SONY ST-5130:

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  18. 911s55

    911s55 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Lot's of Ella today and tonight. KNKX 88.5 formerly KPLU

    Scott 312D and Scott 312C for a Full House of Sound!
     
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  19. boza

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    I don't listen to radio much but am enjoying our local station 104.7 Peak FM on my creek cas3040
     

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  20. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    Beautiful tuner you have there. I have not had a Sony separate tuner, but every vintage Sony receiver I've had has had an excellent tuner.
     
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