@gamewellActive 1 year, 8 months ago
Attention everyone, especially those of you dabbling in AM Stereo; I have in surplus a CRL SMP-900 AM Stereo Matrix Processor for Sale. Rack mountable. Working when removed from service (6/2012) unit takes power and audio. The front knob (output) is loose internally and will need to be tightened in order to work. All indicator lights are wor…[Read more]
I’ve spent some time reading the postings here; one thing I can agree with is (as another poster noted in this thread) that to have any positive impact you need to have “countable, documented workers”. How true. There is strength in numbers so the more you have, the more seriously you will be taken by the various agencies/groups.
Right now (a…[Read more]
You can always get the schematic (most likely on line) and call up the company and get hold of a tech support person who’ll be able to point out the circuit to you. If you own a soldering iron and a pair of wire cutters/needle nose pliers it should be a snap.
March 1, 2019 will mark 45 years of WBXO on the air as a part 15 radio station.
Using a Lafayette phono oscillator, we were originally on the air on Friday Nights and Saturday afternoon Evenings playing music locally, re-broadcasting NBC Radio’s Monitor and NBC News On The Hour. We’ve come a long way since then becoming a full time broadcast…[Read more]
Those of you who missed it, the interview with Brian Carney went very well and was well received by our listeners.
Brian talked about his experience as a movie/tv actor and what it was like growing up as the son of Actor Art Carney and told us some very funny stories about the honeymooners/Jackie Gleason and other tid-bits of interest.
He also…[Read more]
Calling all Honeymooners fans; next Sunday WBXO Radio will have as it’s guest on Sunday Night Live (8pm EST) Brian Carney, actor/performer/musician and son of Art Carney who you will remember from the very popular television show “The Honeymooners”.
On the show, Brian will talk about his career in the entertainment business and what it was like…[Read more]
Terrestrial radio will always be around in some form, quite possibly as a secondary media channel. When cable tv came out in the early seventies, most people laughed at it, but in the end, it ended up becoming (IMO) the dominant media channel leaving many of the traditional over-the-air television stations in the back seat of the car.
In NY,…[Read more]
Just to let everyone here know, our WBXO website was hacked early today; please do not attempt to open it up otherwise your computer could be severely damaged. I just don’t want anyone’s computer affected by this.
I’ll let everyone know when the damage is repaired and when it is safe to open it up. Until then the station will be off the a…[Read more]
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