Basic Radio Station Information
XHPRS 105.7 FM
San Diego's Greatest Hits
City of License:
San Diego, CA
XHPRS is an FM radio station broadcasting at 105.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Tecate, BC and is part of the San Diego, CA radio market. The station airs classic hits music programming and goes by the name "105.7 Max FM" on the air with the slogan "San Diego's Greatest Hits".
Most Played Artist
The Beatles, The Eagles, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Three Dog Night, Chicago, Billy Joel, Rod Stewart, The Four Tops, Sly & The Family Stone, The Bee Gees, The Jackson 5, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Marvin Gaye, Neil Diamond
Nearby Radio StationsDiego 99.3, EXA FM 91.7, 91X, La Invasora 99.7, 98/9 TJ SD, Radio Latina 104.5, Air 1 96.1, FM 94/9, Recuerdo 102.9, KPBS 89.5 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
BI used to live in L.A. & i would listen to K EARTH 101.1, they played all the songs i remembered growing up with my parents,i moved to San Diego 7 yrs. ago and have been here since,the hardest things was being away from my sick dad,so wen i heard The Walrus radio it helped me feel closer to them,all the music they used to play,earlier this year in Feb.my father passed away and I've been a non stop Walrus listener it just helps like nothing else can...Thanks for all the great music,never stop,U played a song my dad would sing to my mom & I never knew the name here are a few lyrics maybe u can let me know the name so i can have it on my playlist to play whenever I'm feeling down Thanx again,
By: shawna soto on June 19, 2011
Living in Connecticut listening on wifi radio through stereo, (great sound quality) Used to visit El Cajon, miss the Gaslamp, hope to get back there soon.
I love hearing ads that mention La Mesa, and El Cajon.
By: joe on May 11, 2014
105.7FM in San Diego (Tecate) is no longer The Walrus. it's 105.7 MAX FM. The music is still Classic Hits, but our music now covers 60s-70s-80s-90s. It's pretty much fun music - Classic Hits for the 21st Century.
By: Dave Mason on September 29, 2015
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