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    Default La Mejor or La Raza 1460?

    I swear I hear "La Mejor" before the music starts which would be Buford, GA, but I also hear something right after the music stops. He says at least three words and then what I hear as La Mejor. What do you guys hear. The attached clip contains the original and then a equalizer filter I found in Cool Edit that kind of cuts out the clutter.
    Time: 10:20 pm-ish CDT - Sony XDRF1HD. Twin Coil Ferrite favoring E/W direction but I'm getting southerly stuff just fine.
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    Justin W. - Blaine, Minnesota (EN35)
    Most used radios in order: Sony XDR-F1HD, Subaru Impreza Factory radio with RDS (not stock antenna though), Grundig G8, or Grundig S350.
    DTV dx: Insignia Tuner that everyone else has.
    DTV dx2: Vizio 24" DTV built in 2011 (hooked to Insignia).
    DTV dx3: Emerson 40" DTV built in August of 2015.
    FM Antenna: 4 Element Beam similar to the FM-6 just missing two elements.
    TV Antenna: RCA Suburban VHF-HI/UHF on the same mast as the FM antenna.

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    "La Raza...Simplemente la mejor". Not 100 % on the "La Raza" part, however. Likely WKAM in Goshen, IN.

    Jon

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    Thanks Jon. I was thinking Indiana was more likely! I'm not 100% sure on the la raza part either but I believe that's what he says first.
    Justin W. - Blaine, Minnesota (EN35)
    Most used radios in order: Sony XDR-F1HD, Subaru Impreza Factory radio with RDS (not stock antenna though), Grundig G8, or Grundig S350.
    DTV dx: Insignia Tuner that everyone else has.
    DTV dx2: Vizio 24" DTV built in 2011 (hooked to Insignia).
    DTV dx3: Emerson 40" DTV built in August of 2015.
    FM Antenna: 4 Element Beam similar to the FM-6 just missing two elements.
    TV Antenna: RCA Suburban VHF-HI/UHF on the same mast as the FM antenna.

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    That station dominates 1460 here in Monroe County MI in the last hour of day before sunset.

    To see their coverage curve, one would not expect that.

    I almost wonder if they're "running a linear" as people called it during the CB boom.
    Comparing Sporadic-E skip to skip on the AM and shortwave bands is like comparing apples and oranges.

    Comparing tropo to skip is like comparing apples and bacon cheeseburgers.

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