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  # 697442 7-Oct-2012 12:58
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cyril7: Hi for once I don't care on what feeds there are, as I am in Grandstand 1 at the end of conrod.

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That means you'll have hd audio too...

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  # 697476 7-Oct-2012 14:39
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The audio via TV3 DVB-T just doesn't seem to be as 'rich' as the ads. Sounds very flat and constrained. As soon as the ads come on, my HT system seems to come to life.

 
 
 
 


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  # 697498 7-Oct-2012 15:34
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GregV: The audio via TV3 DVB-T just doesn't seem to be as 'rich' as the ads. Sounds very flat and constrained. As soon as the ads come on, my HT system seems to come to life.


I notice that they say HD Stereo so I take that to mean 2 channel not 5.1..  but your correct it does sound flat.  Good coverage though very little ad breaks..




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  # 697507 7-Oct-2012 16:29
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The ac3 stereo off d2 is good. Hardly tell it's 576i too

have to eat my hat on abusing 3 though. Got it right, shame it's taken 4 years. But podium debarkle is yet to be saved

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  # 697513 7-Oct-2012 16:55

I don't think there's any AC3 on the D2 feed. It's just stereo PCM audio+ 2 channels of effects/coord.




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  # 697525 7-Oct-2012 17:29
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I'm seeing more ads than racing right now.... is this a hint I should be getting the washing in, cooking the dinner and cleaning up the living room, getting in the firewood, lighting the fire and getting read for an ad free finish?!




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