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Saturday, November 25, 2006

 

HD Radio-BUZZ OFF!

"The problem is this: unless you have a rock-solid, city-grade, right-near-the-tower signal, the HD either drops in and out or isn't there at all."
"Rock-solid, city-grade signal strength apparently isn't enough to hold the HD signal."
"what good is free if you can't get anything with it, or it drops in and out all the time?"
"They're selling the idea of the "HD2" and "HD3" subchannels for additional programming, but if you can't be assured of getting them without regular annoying dropouts, they're useless."
"Sell this to regular consumers who aren't in the business and aren't going to resort to extraordinary measures to pull in a signal and you're going to anger a lot of people- assuming, that is, that a lot of people will buy this thing, which isn't the case."
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