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Falk from Saxonia, Dippoldiswalde 28.12.2013
Ich höre 6095 kHz auf einem Capri 6401 St.
RASHEED NAZ from FAISAL ABAD PAKISTAN 27.12.2013
I like radio KBC.
RASHEED NAZ from FAISAL ABAD PAKISTAN 27.12.2013
I like radio KBC.
Mike L from Brighton UK 21.12.2013
Just like the old days listening to Radio Luxemburg through the fading signals. Great memories and brings it all back. Go Vinyl and The Mighty 6095
Babul Gupta from Barasat, Kolkata, West Bengal, India. 17.12.2013
I'm a longtime shortwave listener, and live in Barasat which is about 29 km from Kolkata. I like your program format and various music styles but very sorry to let you know that its very difficult to received your broadcast here in my QTH. I'll be much appreciated if you can change your broadcast time to enable us to tune to your Mighty KBC regularly.
Ralf from Berlin, Germany 17.12.2013
AM is fun! I'm working with modern SDRs as well as my old BRAUN T-1000 from 1964. What a graet sound from KBC. Shortwave is! Greetings, Ralf
Lauris from Latvia 14.12.2013
Great shortwave radio station! Great signal in Latvia.
Vitaly from Ukraine 09.12.2013
Its my garage radio for 6095
George Tuck from North East England 07.12.2013
IC-775DSP of G4RNI A PROPER callsign!
Stéphan from France (Rambouillet) 29.11.2013
It's the second receiver, with an AOR LA380 antenna, perfect reception.
Stéphan from France (rambouillet) 29.11.2013
Last Week End, I listening KBC on two radio, the first is a Riga VEF-12 (USSR radio), and the second is a standard short wave receiver Alinco DX-R8. My location is 30km south/west Paris in France. Reception was good, even I have only a piece of wire on the USSR radio...
Volker from Sweden 26.11.2013
This is my shortwave receiver. It is a cheap DVB-T-USB-Dongle in combination with a simple homemade Up-Converter. All is connected to a computer. That's my newest way to receive KBC-Radio on shortwave in Sweden.
Roberto from Italy 11.11.2013
My shack "Parva sed apta"
Roland from South Germany 10.11.2013
Hi there, I was just testing an old "Nordmende" transistor radio from 1969 and accidently stumbled accross KBC on 6095KHz. I was surprised there's still good music left on AM. What a great music mix from 4 decades, great job! Here in Germany most AM stations are gone and the obsolete transmitters and radio towers are being torn down one by one. Keep the spirit alive, I will try to tune in from time to time. Roland
Gabriele from North Italy 02.11.2013
KBC my favorite station on shortwave !
Torsten from Bremgarten bei Bern, Switzerland 19.10.2013
This is my beloved Panasonic DR49 [1,2]. It's 10 a.m. on this picture, so you can hardly see the illumination of the scales on the right (SW-bands). The top most scale contains the 49m band directly underneath the bar. The indicator instrument on the left (near the loudspeaker) shows good but not extraordinary field strength. [1] http://www.radiomuseum.org/r/panasonic_dr_49.html?language_id=2 [2] http://radiojayallen.com/panasonic-rf-4900-restoration
Thomas from Vysoke Myto, CZ 05.10.2013
Elektrotechna (Telefunken system) Choral 1936/37. Currently non-functional, plays only nearest and strongest stations at very low volume.
Edwin from Ealing, UK 29.09.2013
The irony, currently obtaining good reception of the Mighty KBC on my Vega B217, £25 off eBay. Whilst with out my usual aerial and earth my AOR 7030 and Lowe HF150 are unusable!
Irving from Tunbridge Wells Kent UK 28.09.2013
Photo taken Saturday 28th september at 12:30 BST
Justin from London, UK 22.09.2013
15-sep-2013 2pm BST, KCB booming into London, UK. Was listening in central London in the car using the build in radio (a lot of people don't know Mercedes comes with HF as standard). Keep doing what you guys do!!
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