Re: Why do R1 & R2 FM sound so bad



Paul Martin wrote:
In article <4f1003327bcharles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
charles wrote:

If you are basing your entire logic on what was said on it, then you
are starting from the wrong place.

It lost its way in the 1990s, like a lot of Auntie's science output.
It certainly appeared that the people producing it didn't really
understand any science at all.

As regards CD quality, let's take the Tomorrow's World demo of the CD
where they spread jam on the label side of the CD to show its
reliability. (The assumption that would have been made was that the
information on a CD is on the top surface, like with a gramophone
record.)


The reason I mentioned Tomorrow's World was because that was an example of
how DAB was being promoted in the early days, which was primarily that it
would provide CD-quality sound.



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Steve - www.digitalradiotech.co.uk - Digital Radio News & Info


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