Re: Bitrate capability of DAB radios
- From: Richard Evans <rp.evans.nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2012 15:01:04 +0000
On 13/01/2012 09:49, boltar2003@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Thu, 12 Jan 2012 23:41:57 +0000If we were using DVB-T2-Lite instead of DAB, then stations like this could take a 48k slot, and using aac+ they would at least sound listenable.
tony sayer<tony@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
There was a station round here called "Affinity" started DAB
transmissions a few months ago they have failed now. They sounded awful
even in 64K Mono which was to be expected. Another lot Blackcat radio
from St Neots Cambs have taken a 64 K slot on the Now Peterborough MUX..
With the same dire sounds .. music and speech...
Its nice to see broadcast radio still healthy enough for new stations to
pop up but I really wonder why they bother. I'd have thought an FM RSL
would be have been more useful. Or even an AM license. Broadcast on FM a
couple of months a year to pull in listeners and stay on the internet for the
rest of it.
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