Wed Aug 17 21:23:32 EDT 2011
I was wondering...
As WZID's HD-2 uses TX 94.1 W231BR Manchester and TX 103.1 W276BJ Concord as
Analog carriers, do any of the stations in the metro Boston market do the same?
On August 17, 2011 at 7:18 PM Eli Polonsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I get WRKO on 107.3 HD3 but if it's also supposed
> to be on 97.7 HD3, either it's not on the air yet,
> or my receivers aren't decoding it. I get WEEI on
> 97.7 HD2 and 107.3 HD2, but WRKO on 107.3 HD3 only.
> I receive these HD subchannels in Somerville
> on various receivers:
> 88.9 HD2- Broadway, off-Broadway show music
> 89.7 HD2- //WCRB, HD3-//WCAI
> 92.9 HD2- "Radio You" (mostly alt. rock)
> 93.3 HD2- Smooth Jazz
> 93.7 HD2- "Funkytown" (classic dance/disco)
> 94.5 HD2- "Old school" Rap/Hip-hop
> 96.1 HD2- "Pride Radio" (mostly Hot AC, dance)
> 96.9 HD2- Irish music
> 97.7 HD2- //WEEI (not receiving any 97.7 HD3)
> 98.5 HD2- "WBCN The Rock of Boston", HD3-//WBZ
> 100.7 HD2- "Mojo" (Blues), HD3-"Free Form WBCN"
> 102.5 HD2- Classic Country
> 103.3 HD2- Soft hits, HD3-Christian rock/pop
> 104.1 HD2- '80s, HD3-"The Sky" (New Age talk)
> 105.7 HD2- "Nothing But The '70s"
> 106.7 HD2- Smooth Jazz
> 107.3 HD2- //WEEI, HD3-//WRKO
> 107.9 HD2- //WXKS 1200 AM
> 93.3, 96.1 and 107.3 HD's are difficult to
> receive due to distance/signal strength.
> 104.1 HD3 is difficult to receive due to poor
> decoding. Cuts out while HD1 and HD2 are fine.
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