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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by DrPepper, Apr 5, 2020.
Is it me, or is the sound quality lacking?
What is Circle TV?
I'm not familiar with it.
New digital channel, wait digital, now I understand.....
Digital choppieness, they cheaped out on equipment...
Caught a little of the thing from the Opry last night but with the generator running there was no way to discern sound quality
Nearly ALL TV lacks sound (audio) quality.
Either that, or my hearing is deteriorating.
I've complained before, many of the TV programming coming from UK has atrocious audio. I don't know if it's their recording techniques or inferior equipment, but most of their shows have a tremendous amount of background noise......overpowering the dialogue. It's not as prevalent with shows from the U.S. I believe many U.S. shows (TV and film) are "re-recorded" in a studio, so the extraneous "noise" is taken out. Anyone else find this to be true?
I recall a quote stating the "tv was a medium that when it was well done it was rare"
sound quality is passable here. wish I could say the same for all of the content. it is free so no real complaints on this end.
Never heard of it. Looked it up - all country I take it. Not my thing.
Poor quality TV content? Poor production value? Whodathunkit?
“A medium rarely well done” is the quote. It was used heavily on PBS in the 70s-80s