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Different Audio levels on DirecTV XM

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#1 OFFLINE   tadtv


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Posted 15 May 2009 - 11:23 AM

Anyone else have large variations of level and quality between XM channels while listening to them through DirecTV? I have home automation and it is annoying that there is such a difference between the channels.

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#2 OFFLINE   BosHawk


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Posted 15 May 2009 - 09:00 PM

The POPS channel seems the best sound quality. I am wondering if they are using XMHD feed somehow. As for audio levels my OTA CW channel is increadibly loud but the D* version of the channel is well managed and similar to all other D* channels.
My Set-up:
Slimline 5LNB dish - WB68
Family Room: HR10-250 (two cables) OTA not diplexed - Mitsubishi 62" RPTV
Master Bedroom: HR20-100 (one cable) OTA not diplexed - Sony Bravia 32" LCD
Office: Sony SAT-60 DVR (one cable) - Sony Bravia 24''
Second Bedroom: RCA DVR (one cable) OTA not diplexed - 19" TV

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