Update, February 17, 4:00p.m. : Today, Boise State Public Radio technicians completed their fine tuning of KBSX's audio levels. Since last Friday, we have been adjusting volume levels from our NPR networks and local sources that have caused some of our programs to sound soft, loud…or a little bit of both! We are now back in a “normal” state. Let us know what you think. If you hear something that doesn’t sound quite right, email us at:email@example.com We are hoping that these adjustments will result in a more clear and consistent sound from KBSX.
Update, Feb.16, 5:00 p.m. Today, our Boise State Public Radio technicians continued fine-tuning the sound of KBSX's signals. Our top priority was to improve the sound of NPR's network programming including Morning Edition, Here and Now and All Things Considered. We now believe these programs are sounding significantly better than our low-point last Friday.
In addition, our engineers continued adjusting the sound of our local newscasts and announcements. You should now be noticing an improvement. We will continue that fine-tuning process tomorrow. Let us know what you think by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your patience. Our goal is to provide you with the best sounding NPR content available!
Update, Feb. 15, 4:15 p.m.: KBSX listeners will continue to experience some fluctuations in the volume of our programming. The discrepancies are the result of a change in how our signal is processed. Our engineers are aware of the issue and are working to correct it. Thank you for your patience.
Original post: KBSX is experiencing occasional audio level problems. We are aware of the situation and our engineers are working diligently to resolve the issue. We apologize for the inconvenience.