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In Reply to: RE: Selling my tuner posted by vahe on August 21, 2016 at 07:25:23
I'm sorry to hear that. I listen to KBAQ in Phoenix. If they ever sold, I think I would chain myself to their transmitter. Not that it would do any good.
I went to high school with Sterling Biaff (if he's still with KBAQ). Born and raised in PHX, I listened to KHEP 101.5 ("everyday, the classics in stereo and quad"). They sold and it immediately became another country station, after the new owners swore they would keep it classical.
Very cool. I believe Sterling had some health problems, but he is back on the air. I am a major KBAQ fan, have listened to it streaming and prefer air waves.
I'm beginning to think Phoenix and I am the exception to what is happening with FM stations and tuners. For those that don't know, KBAQ is classical, public radio and excellent programming and sound quality.
Thank-you for responding, I looked at your site, very nice. We have a similar place here in Phoenix, http://www.audiovideochoices.com/blog/. They started used/vintage, have only been there a few times. Stopped in last week and they had become a Tannoy dealer. Nice to see there are similar stores other places.
I'm in the same boat. I have a McIntosh MR85 I'm about to list for sale. The one classical station went over to all news. A couple of stations I like are just out of range. To think I really loved listening to an analog tuner at one time.
And think of all the 10B's that will be worthless in ten years.
and think of all the 10b's that will be worth more in 10 yrs.
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