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  • Mexico DX unid

    This 99.5 is a string of ads in SS that are interesting but too much for my ears
    5 minutes after I recorded the 98.9 at 10:20 I heard Exa FM Los Mochis, SIN. Is this the same station?
    thanks
    Recorded in Nevada 10:16 Pacific time
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    Last edited by KW4RZ; 06-26-2020, 02:08 AM.
    Randy KW4RZ Goldfield, Nevada DM17

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    99.5: national Liverpool department store ad, Pinturas Berel national ad, Soriana national ad, furniture store ad that appears to be regional. First guess is Gómez Palacio as they are Laguna-based, but Monclova and Mazatlán also possible.

    98.9: Generic jingle "the best music, stay with the radio". Unsure.

    103.1: "San Buenaventura Col. 18 de Febrero ... y sucursal Buenavista en Frontera". Gotta be XHWQ-FM 103.1 Monclova. San Buenaventura Coah. is 20 km from Monclova.
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    • #3
      Thank you Raymie. I'm a bit rusty at this and appreciate your translation. I'm still going over files finding lots of possible IDs. About 5 years ago I made an Excel spreadsheet of all the Mexico FMs. Have not had much use for it in the last 2 years not DXing much and been in northern states. Now back at it am finding many new stations that weren't on FM 5 yrs ago and quite a few format and name changes.
      My attempts at deciphering this one from 92.5 seems to have failed. I can't find the phone number referenced unless I have it wrong. 615-253-3925?
      And this 91.1 sounds like an ID but I can't make it out.
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      Randy KW4RZ Goldfield, Nevada DM17

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      • #4
        The 92.5 is 6 14 25 33 92 5. It is XHEFO-FM Chihuahua Capital.

        The 91.1 has some ill-timed fades. It is Regional Mexican. "¡Aquí escuchas de todo!" doesn't offer much more info.
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