Most audio files are in Real Media or MP3 format.
If you don't have the Real Media player, you can
get one free from their website.
Editor's choice - subjectively the best sound
bites - are marked with a
symbol. Countries and territories according to the
World Radio TV Handbook.
If you represent a radio station, please consider
emailing (info at dxing.info) a sample station identification
for this collection, so that DXers and other radio
hobbyists from all around the world would recognize
your identification when they hear it on the air.
If you are a DXer, you are welcome to contribute
to the audio collection by sending your good quality
local station identifications of stations that are
not yet listed. Network identifications are published
only if local identifications don't exist. Be in
touch by email (info at dxing.info) to get an approval
before sending any files and read instructions
on how to contribute audio files.
MP3 is nowadays the preferred format. Many older
recordings are in Real Media (.rm) format, but few
users have that player any more. Please keep your
files as short and as light as possible. When encoding,
15 Kbps is good enough quality, and 10-25 seconds
is often enough in length. Don't exceed 1 MB per
day in sending files! Files may be replaced when
better files become available. See instructions
for more details.