Circle TV

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  1. DrPepper

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    Is it me, or is the sound quality lacking?
     
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    What is Circle TV?
    I'm not familiar with it.
     
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    New digital channel, wait digital, now I understand.....
     
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    Digital choppieness, they cheaped out on equipment...
     
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    Caught a little of the thing from the Opry last night but with the generator running there was no way to discern sound quality
     
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    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?
     
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    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.
     
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    I concur...
     
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    Never heard of it. Looked it up - all country I take it. Not my thing.

    Poor quality TV content? Poor production value? Whodathunkit? :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    “A medium rarely well done” is the quote. It was used heavily on PBS in the 70s-80s
     
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