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The CALM Act takes effect.

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#76 OFFLINE   satcrazy



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Posted 25 January 2013 - 12:03 PM

+1......I just got through viewing a episode of Law & Order on TNT. The volume level was fine. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is now playing. Volume level is much lower than the Law & Order episode or the commercials.

Yup, noticed this myself.

Also read somewhere when this subject originally surfaced that this would be tried as an "alternative" to the new law. [ lowering the volume of the actual program, causing consumer to crank it up]

Whoever originally wrote this law needs to revisit it. I can't find much on how the new law will be implemented [ if at all] so was this just a ruse?

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