Who's listening to FM Tonight? What tuner?

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

  1. DOBIEGUY

    DOBIEGUY AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    'Portraits In Blue' on WBGO 88.3FM Volume 4 John Lee Hooker. 1948/49 recordings for Savoy.
    Rough and raw. The father of all things boogie.

    Fisher Series 90X tuner>Fisher C-90>Fisher 100>EV Aristocrat lll Mono of course..
     
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  2. Willeve146

    Willeve146 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Lone Star 92.5 on the Technics ST9600. You guessed it out of Dallas, TX.
     
  3. stoutblock

    stoutblock If it sounds good, it is good... Subscriber

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    Listening to Jazz on KNKS with my Yamaha T-2.
     
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  4. Ossewa

    Ossewa New Member

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    Game Three of the Stanley Cup Finals, as called by the terrific Mike Lange and Phil Bourque, on my newly acquired NAD 4300. Go Pens!!
     
  5. Oerets

    Oerets AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Yes I am...... WFPK Louisville KY thru a Hitachi HT-5500 tuner. One of the best I've owned so far!


    Normal Saturday night listening for me.



    Barney
     
  6. FauxHall

    FauxHall Super Member

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    My usual evening listening:
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    Playing through either of these:

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    or this:
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    When I A/B them I can't tell much difference. They have similar control logics and specifications so maybe they have a lot of hardware in common.
     

     

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  7. red 111

    red 111 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    RIGHT NOW.....wbgo.org......wbgo 88.3 newark ,nj....catch it....Evening Jazz host Awilda Rivera....last show....ALL LIVE...many guests....(tuner NAD 4020) wbgo.org for internet listening if your out of range.
     
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  8. audiodummy

    audiodummy Active Member

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    Listening to NPR right now, BBC world service, on my Hitachi SR-2001 hooked up to a pair of Sony speakers that one of which was blown...
     
  9. montrecott

    montrecott Grits, gravy and groove Subscriber

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    That is a good station. I listen to it on the internet occasionally. Quite a few good jazz stations out there in cyberspace. It's not the same as listening in analog, but how are you going to do that with a station halfway across the country, unless it's a syndicated show?
     
  10. montrecott

    montrecott Grits, gravy and groove Subscriber

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    Jazz on 90.9 WDCB Chicago on system 2. Pioneer TX-9100>Pioneer SA-8100>B&W DM4.
     
  11. Frank Sol

    Frank Sol Addicted Member

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    KSDS Jazz 88.3

    On a Curtis Mathes AUT-8300E (Same as NEC). Just sounds good
     

     

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  12. 91r100gs

    91r100gs Lunatic Member

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    listened to Sunday night's airing recorded on my poor man's reel to reel. This airs on KCUR 89.3 on Sundays at 8 pm
    4 hrs of New Age, Ambient, Electronica and all those other fringe genres of music. Been on the air for 20+ years. The tuner used was my almost 40 yr old Pioneer TX-8500II.

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  13. bob smog

    bob smog Creebling at the Turntables Subscriber

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    WFMT in Chicago. They're playing some "churchy" stuff.

    HK 330B receiver with Parsec antenna (a recent thrift find). The Parsec really does a great job of pulling in the stations.

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  14. swamppirate

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    96.5, GNR, Toshiba-ST-665
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  15. Frank Sol

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  16. ap14608

    ap14608 New Member

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    Listening to "Jazz at Eastman". Performances from past and present Eastman School of Music students on WGMC 90.1 on the Accuphase T-1100


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  17. Frank Sol

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    Once again... Same ol' same ol'

    Not getting good reception this morning


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  18. 59volvo

    59volvo Well-Known Member

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    88.9 Trilogy with Kid Methusla's jazz show playing stuar liebig thru sony xdr-f1hd
     
  19. Ricktptman

    Ricktptman There are two kinds of Music: Good & Bad-Ellington Subscriber

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    I'd listen to Jazz exclusively if I could find a station that plays more than two hours of it a week. The Classical station plays "Grandma approved Blue Hair" Classical Top 40 so, except for 'Pipe Dreams" and a Film Score show, there's not a lot of "excitement" there. Every once in awhile, when they turn the lights down and consume a Tic Tac, they'll play "Night On Bald Mountain". Then it's back to Handel and Vivaldi. Oh, and Arcangelo Spumoni. Can't forget about him....If I use Elmo ceramic wonder filters, I can sometimes pull in WOOF, Hoople..... ; - ).
     
  20. MiamiEd

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    This morning I am listening to Frank Consola's 88 Jazz Place Morning Edition on WDNA 88.9. He is playing his usual eclectic mix of Jazz genres. I am using my trusty Magnum Dynalab Ft-101 (the original) with an ST-2 stashed in a closet. The transmitter is about 20 miles south of me on the tallest tower in South Florida at 1,802 feet.
     
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