I'm looking for my twitter account right now. It appears to be how the station corresponds with it's listeners.
Anyway, many stations have improved their antenna system I would guess, so I now get good reception to both KCSM and KDFC and can tell you that there are four stations with outstanding signals:
KCEA, the big band station, seems a bit underpowered, but good signal quality otherwise.
Problem I'm having with KCSM, however, is that they are overemphasizing their lows or mids or something. While every station appears to be doing this, with KQED being the most neutral AFAIK, KCSM is clearly going too far in this direction. I got to tell them.
I have my reference tuner AND a SansDisk, I paid $50 dollars for, and I think the quality suffers on both devices.
I won't even mention the Rock stations which also sound compressed to me. In an automobile, that is not so bad, afterall, most of it is not meant to sound good anyway ;-)
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Topic - Disappointed with KCSM - jedrider 10:52:47 05/17/16 (7)
- Problem Solved - jedrider 13:09:29 05/23/16 (2)
- RE: Disappointed with KCSM - 6bq5 12:58:14 05/17/16 (3)
- Make sure you understand where to point the antenna - Timbo in Oz 13:04:39 05/17/16 (2)
- RE: Make sure you understand where to point the antenna - 6bq5 13:06:19 05/17/16 (1)
- The Ok-Ish antenna may well have given you some idea of - Timbo in Oz 00:53:04 05/18/16 (0)