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I try to catch live broadcasts on NPR and the occasional vinyl play on local college stations in my area. It is even more enjoyable on cans. I use Koss ESP 9's.
Bold Eagle, I used to listen to "that" station, I assume we're talking about the same one", when I lived in Cleveland. That was when I first started listening to classical music.
Must be the same, WCLV. They were probably at 95.5 and broadcasting from Terminal Tower when you were here? Since then, they sold their frequency and moved to 104.9, moving the station to Avon Lake on the west side. People on the east side complain about degraded signal, but for me, in Elyria, they are next door.
With the move, they got some new equipment and produce a very clean sound. My problem is that the city water tower is 180 degrees away from the station, so I get a lot of multipath. The Onkyo T-4087 handles that easily. Also, I live in a condo, so a roof top directional antenna is not possible.
Did you know they are the syndication station for the Carl Haas series? He has passed away, but they must have thousands of recorded programs, he was on for decades.
That's the one. And as I recall they were in terminal tower. We left the area about 4 years ago but as hard as we tried we couldn't quite escape the cold weather and ended up in the Dayton area.
I first started enjoying classical music listening to CLV. Just as I got interested we left. I don't recall Carl Haas' show; as I said it was very new to me. Some of us are slow learners.
Oddly enough, when we relo'd to Cleveland area our first place was in Westlake very near Bay Village. We used to frequent a small deli between us and huntington beach. Know the place? I also have a friend who lives in Avon Lake. I did enjoy that area, in the spring/summer. Not so much in the winter. Memories.
My son graduates in May from Oberlin. My motel will probably be in Elyria. I still have the complete double set of AR2a drivers we talked about a long long time ago. You can have them free if you want another project. I have way too many projects.
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