Spectrum FM is changing their frequency to 90.8FM. If you can’t be bothered to retune your car radio, bring it in to Richard and he’ll do it for you!
Here’s the press release from Richard:
From today Spectrum FM Costa Almeria will be found at 90.8FM on the dial. As part of their expansion plans since becoming a Cultural Association fully registered by the Ministry of the Interior this new frequency will allow for much greater coverage reaching as far as Cartagena on the coast and inland towards Baza within the next month. Although 92.6 was fine in the local area to expand the station even further a new frequency was needed and the national transmitter company Arbertis Telecom have allocated Spectrum FM 90.8 which has a much larger reach and together with antenna and power upgrades can cope with the topography of the area with consummate ease. The old frequency struggled inland from Huercal Overa and Albox due to interference from other stations close to the old number and the new 90.8 frequency rectifies this problem. Sound quality will be significantly enhanced and and Spectrum FM, you No.1 local radio station will be bigger, better, louder and prouder. It is now three years since we took over at Spectrum FM and even in times of economic crisis it is nice to see a company expanding to improve its service for listeners and advertisers alike. If you have any problems tuning your radio to 90.8 please telephone 678 332 815 for assistance or bring your car to the Spectrum FM offices in The Parque Comercial, Mojacar and we will tune it in for you. We will also be holding clinics at various bars across the area over the coming week when you can come and have your car tuned in whilst having a drink on us. See Spectrum FM Costa Almeria on Facebook for further information. Spectrum FM Costa Almeria, growing bigger by being better.
It’s nonesense. Prior to the switch we could receive Spectrum just fine in Huercal Overa. The new transmissio n on 90.8 is far weaker, and dies completely as soon as you go north of Vera. We can now only receive Spectrum online, where previously it was loud and clear on 92.6