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2010 Donation from WQXR/The New York Times


One of the three Pacific Recorders & Engineering BMX-III audio consoles donated to WDFH by The New York Times.  This one is shown while it was still installed in WQXR's on-air studio.  Click here to see it in its new home as WDFH's on-air console.

In the late 1980s, WQXR, the legendary classical radio station owned by The New York Times, built a new studio facility that was extraordinary in its acoustics, equipment, and capabilities.

In the Fall of 2009, WQXR was sold and this incredible facility was decommissioned, and in early 2010, The Times generously donated a great deal of equipment from the facility to WDFH.  Among other things, we received mixing consoles from WQXR's air studio and two of its production studios.

We have always taken pride in our commitment to audio quality, but our community radio budget has often forced us to keep older equipment in service longer than we might have liked.  These consoles from WQXR, along with two Wheatstone consoles donated by NPR, have enabled us to retire our much-loved but aged RCA consoles.

For more information on the WQXR facility, see the articles in db Magazine and Aircheck Magazine (pdf format).