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    KBRT HD signal

    I can pick up the HD signal in the daytime, but when the station reduces power at night, does KBRT still have an HD signal? I don't think I can get close enough to the transmitter to block out KCBS' massive signal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [V] Musik View Post
    I can pick up the HD signal in the daytime, but when the station reduces power at night, does KBRT still have an HD signal? I don't think I can get close enough to the transmitter to block out KCBS' massive signal.
    The guy you want to axe is Cris Alexander, head of engineering for Crawford Broadcasting: crisa@crawfordbroadcasting.com He's the one who successfully migrated KBRT from Avalon to the hills southwest of Corona. With only 190 watts at night, they may turn off the HD while battling KCBS's enormous signal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [V] Musik View Post
    I can pick up the HD signal in the daytime, but when the station reduces power at night, does KBRT still have an HD signal? I don't think I can get close enough to the transmitter to block out KCBS' massive signal.
    I've listened to K-Brite at dusk when they shut down their HD, my HD icon goes off just before they downsize power at dusk. KCBS floods in right after, especially north of Long Beach

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