Erratic signals, hard work to dig things out. Also carriers so close to audio; just need a better imagination. Didn't have anything like the strength Colin heard on 963 or 1017, but plenty of other things, including some DUs.

pretty darn good audio (all of it understandable by a native speaker, at least briefly):

774 JOUB "choosing a wedding dress" 1326UT, for those interested in such things...
828 JOBB English lessons 1253UT
1566 HLAZ woman in Japanese 1241, 1307UT, but deep fairly sudden fading

Reasonable audio at times during the period (much of it understandable by a native speaker, though often battling w/splash or noise):

594 JOAK woman and man in Japanese 1251UT
747 JOIB English lessons fighting with splatter 1253UT
954 JOKR pop music, woman in Japanese 1337UT
972 HLCA man in Korean as pips sounded 1200UT
1053 Korean jammer 1331UT
1242 JOLF assumed, pop music briefly at the level 1341UT

not so reasonable audio, occasional words or phrases in splash or noise could be understood by a native speaker:

558 HLQH woman in Korean 1339UT, //603 which was weaker
567 JOIK woman in Japanese 1314UT //594
585 7RN slow female vocal //576 which was surprisingly weaker  1326UT
621 3RN? flute music man and woman DU English 1350UT, no parallels
693 JOAB Japanese womsn //747 creeping past evil 690 splatter 1301UT
873 JOGB English lessons //774 1238UT
1206 Yanbian, woman in Korean with man agreeing 1322UT

Burbles in the splatter and noise (if lucky, language might be guessed at by cadence of talk, or parallel established by changes in talk or music)

657 unID female singing, too much splat for much else 1302UT, about 5Hz below nominal.
666 JOBK man in Japanese //594 1302UT
702 hum and NHK2 //774 in Japanese1336, yet moments before was //612, therefore 2BL. Hum is from station 210 Hz low, possibly N. Korea, though MWoffset list says 40Hz high (from 2010 though)
837 JOQK  woman talking //594 1331UT
846 NHK2 synchros woman talking //594 1331UT
891 JOHK man and woamn talking, rought  but //594 1355UT
963 man talking, could be Russian, no sign of 1323
981 man talking, Chinese inflection 1343UT; CNR1 SW parallels are hard to hear until after local sunrise it seems, so couldn't find a parallel
1017 slow vocal music 1320UT
1134 man talking Japanese inflection
1287 man talking, Japanese inflection  1335UT
1593 woman talking, Chinese inflection 1331UT, not //774
1638 female vocal 1322 and 1329UT
1701 man mumbling 1330UT

Strongish het, no or "near imaginary" audio (either undermodulated or ravaged by splatter) lots of near audio here

729 864 909 918 936 945 1008 1044 1089 1098 1107 1116 1143 1179 1278 1323 1386 1422 1503 1575 1611

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