Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This is an innovation of the marketing people, to get the attention of the listeners during commercials. Even though the FCC is very rigid and severe on penalties, the marketeers pushed their "engineers" to also limit the bandwidth, so by doing so they make it sound much louder than it really is. We have a main server here at my home office in Florida that I could swear that Embarq.com is at least 20 db louder on their little screen for the news. How do you fight it? (1) You ignore it; (2) You turn it off on commercials; (3) You smash it (4) You turn it down on commercials; (4) You curse at the station manager and hope that God will strike him. (5) I suggest a remote volume control or the people you buy pants from, will become filthy rich. Any other comments in the beautiful world of American Entertainement?
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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