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  Reply # 414301 7-Dec-2010 21:35 Send private message

I've got the same thing, with the same fix, if you can call it that seeing as it sounds pretty average.

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  Reply # 414351 7-Dec-2010 22:59 Send private message

Yeah not a fix. just a workaround. AC3 is actually better if you ask me and it seems like they have increased the volume. It used to be that the AAC was louder than AC3 but no so any more. Anyway I really wish there was someone out there who could explain what was changed at TV3. I really hate workarounds. I suppose I could give them a call and ask but I can't see that really going anywhere...



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  Reply # 414715 8-Dec-2010 17:33 Send private message

I emailed Freeview today asking about this issue and received a reply saying they
have tested TV3 at their end and can find no problem.

The Freeview people also queried TV3 about our problem but they are not aware of any issues. I have provided a link to this thread.

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Reply # 416127 12-Dec-2010 13:04 Send private message

Fixed.

I just switched to TV3 AAC and it's back to normal.

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