Looking for honest answers on this
Mon Jun 9 10:28:46 EDT 2014
Thanks to two broadband providers polluting my condo complex with their leaky signals, I can no longer listen to AM radio at home. When I start up my laptop, there are over 50 Wifi nodes with strong signals near my house. Even FM suffers interference. So it's Sirius and internet radio for me at home.
> On Mon, 9 Jun 2014, Kevin Vahey wrote:
> How many of US ( radio geeks) still listen with terrestrial receivers?
>> When you can hear a station clearly online why bother listening to
>> what maybe a challenged signal,
> Almost all of my listening is to an actual radio. The Internet isn't
> mobile, unless I use my phone, in which case it costs money and
> suffers from dropouts.
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