Need All The Classic Rock Stations Between Cle and Cinci

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  1. Chuck C

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    Hi all, could anyone tell me all the classic rock stations that lie between cleveland and cincinnati? I'll start it and end it. 98.5 WNCX Cleveland, 92.5 the Fox Cincinatti. Got me a roadtrip to school and no CD player. thanks for the help. [​IMG]
     
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    http://www.rronline.com/Subscribers/...s/homepage.htm

    Go to this link, and check out the ratings... there you'll see the different formats avaliable to you. Don't know about in between the cities, but these should have a decent reach.

    Hope I helped. And if you're ever driving through Milwaukee, tune in to 104.7 (it's country, but you'd be doing me a favor [​IMG])
     
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    101.1 in Columbus is excellent, but it's more diverse than pure 'classic rock.
     
  4. ThomasC

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    I don't think I would classify 101.1 in Columbus as classic rock, more like alternative rock. When you're passing by Columbus, I think 96.3 is what you're looking for.
     
  5. Steve Felix

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    98.5 will get you well south of Akron, and there's 102.3 (The Fox) in Ashland.
     
  6. Chuck C

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    ok, i'm back, and here's how what i found:

    from north to south:

    98.5 - cle
    97.5 - akr
    102.3 - mid ohio
    105.7 - columbus
    95.3 - dayton
    92.5 - cin
     
  7. Chris Lockwood

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    You can also scan up or down until you find a song you like. That works almost everywhere.
     
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    You can also get satellite radio and drive around most of North America and never have a problem finding a station.

    Home Theater Forum: Satellite Radio

    On XM, channels 40, 41 and 51 all play some type of classic rock.
     
  9. Chuck C

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    scanning is out bc I tried that a couple times in no man land ohio and it the built in scanner stopped on two country stations!! sometimes it scanned without stopping.

    XM...now that's what I'm talking about. Need the $ tho.
     
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