This weekend, our engineers made some additional tests on our equipment and found a component that needs to be replaced. It will take us a few more weeks than we anticipated finishing the proper installation of 104.9 FM. In the meantime, XLNC1 will be broadcasting simultaneously on both 90.7 FM and 104.9 FM while we continue to improve our new signal. You will be able to hear the same programming on both frequencies. Thanks for your patience and understanding as we continue to improve our signal.
Due to ongoing feedback from our listeners who have called and written to XLNC1, we will continue making adjustments to our equipment and do our best to try to correct the bad reception that some of you are experiencing. This weekend, our engineers will return to our broadcast site in order to improve the signal for members of our community who cannot currently receive XLNC1 at 104.9 FM. Please know that we are concerned about this situation and are doing everything possible to provide the service that our community deserves. We care about our listeners and want them to continue to be part of our family.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to work on our new signal.
We would like to inform you that the broadcast location of our current antenna and transmitter is very different from the one we used to have on 90.7 FM. Therefore the coverage area will be different. 104.9 FM broadcasting equipment is located in Tecate region, Baja California, Mexico.
The orientation and installation of our antenna is in compliance with the Mexican government and the U.S. government, we cannot change or alter it. This is what was authorized. We are working within the limits of our assigned location and frequency.
This endeavor has been time consuming and expensive for a non-profit, non-commercial station like ours. 104.9 FM is the result of many years of perseverance, dedication and patience. Our commitment to provide our region with a classical music station is unshakable and we are ever grateful to our founder Victor Diaz and his wife Martha Barba de Diaz as well as our members who with their support and trust have helped us to go through these changes.
If there are still listeners who cannot get our signal we'll recommend to get a directional antenna pointing southeast. This might help your reception, another way to listen to XLNC1 is via the internet, don't forget www.xlnc1.org.
It is with great joy and satisfaction that we celebrate our 8th anniversary this month in addition to our move to 104.9 FM.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us.
Since XLNC1 has moved to 104.9 FM, we have received feedback from hundreds of listeners. Many of you can hear us, but many of you have reported static, interference and some cannot hear us at all. We have compiled a list of the communities that have reported the worst reception to help our engineers pinpoint the areas that need improvement.
We are working hard to improve the signal for all our listeners and we don't want to leave anyone behind. Our engineers will keep making adjustments to the equipment to help all of our listeners hear XLNC1 at 104.9 FM.
We have moved to 104.9 FM but we are still making adjustments to our equipment. We expect that the reception will improve throughout the next two weeks. Many of you have given us your feedback (whether you can hear us at 104.9 FM or not) and we want to hear from you now!
Tell us how we sound at the new frequency - 104.9 FM!
If you can't receive XLNC1 now, please include your LOCATION (City and/or Zip) to help our engineers pinpoint the areas that need improvement. Feel free to contact the Membership Department if you have any additional comments or questions: (619) 575-9090 x452.
We are still broadcasting at 90.7 FM but this is temporary. We are planning to stop broadcasting at 90.7 FM once the signal at 104.9 FM improves. The play lists that are posted on xlnc1.org are for the broadcasts at 104.9 FM and we are not posting play lists for the broadcasts at 90.7 FM.
Keep listening - and thanks for your patience!
Drum Roll please.
We are pleased to announce that we will be moving to 104.9 FM on Sunday, February 10th at 10 AM!
Remember - once we move we will no longer be broadcasting at 90.7 FM so be sure to tune in to 104.9 FM to hear our classical programming. Thanks for your patience as we work to improve our signal for our community!
Testing, Testing, 1, 2, 3.
Recently, you may have tuned to 104.9 FM and heard classical music. You are hearing tests that we need to run before we switch to the new frequency. Our engineers are working on the antenna panels to achieve the best reception for the region and we should be moving to 104.9 FM soon. Stay tuned to 90.7 FM for updates about our progress.
Due to ongoing testing of the new frequency, the Winter Membership Campaign has been postponed.
The panel antenna has arrived and is being installed. We will soon be broadcasting on our new home 104.9 FM. We'll be announcing our official moving date to 104.9 FM very, very soon. Keep checking XLNC1's website for updates. Remember that the new frequency will be 104.9 FM.
You can also keep listening to XLNC1 for updates about our "moving day" and thank you for your patience.
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