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#20673 2-Apr-2008 17:25
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TV1 and TV2 low quality audio, only getting 60kbps 24khz, am in Wellington. running HVR3000 DVBViewer, anyone else got this issue?

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  #120562 2-Apr-2008 18:25
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I'm assuming you are on DTT ?

MIght just be the way the audio is being reported. They are using full HE-AAC with SBR which some tools report as 24KHz




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  #120563 2-Apr-2008 18:28
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While on the same subject, as of news hour has anyone noted TV1 audio on 12483 is stuffed, or is it my STB.

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  #120572 2-Apr-2008 19:03
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cyril7: While on the same subject, as of news hour has anyone noted TV1 audio on 12483 is stuffed, or is it my STB.

Cyril


seems fine to me, now Close Up is on though, don't know if that makes a difference

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  #120574 2-Apr-2008 19:15
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Yeah changed STBs and all came right, strange thing is that there is no issue with any channel on the faulty STB other TV1???



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  #120594 2-Apr-2008 20:31
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openmedia: I'm assuming you are on DTT ?

MIght just be the way the audio is being reported. They are using full HE-AAC with SBR which some tools report as 24KHz


yes DTT, just getting low bitrate, so sound is crap

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  #120629 2-Apr-2008 23:21
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openmedia: I'm assuming you are on DTT ?

MIght just be the way the audio is being reported. They are using full HE-AAC with SBR which some tools report as 24KHz


yes DTT, just getting low bitrate, so sound is crap


Personally the HE-AAC on DTT is excellent. What decoder are you using?




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  #120660 3-Apr-2008 07:41
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Just to comment again on the bad TV1 audio on the DTH service, it seems that there was an issue that effected only some decoders, was corrected around 10pm last evening.

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  #120800 3-Apr-2008 18:19
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openmedia:
Personally the HE-AAC on DTT is excellent. What decoder are you using?


Using Cyberlink decoder for audio, all other channels are around 128kbps

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