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Dolphins/Ravens game audio - Tin Can Affect

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by n3ntj, Dec 17, 2007.

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  1. n3ntj

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    I was switching forth b/w several football games b/w D*'s MPEG-4 local channels and what I could pickup OTA from other cities, and noticed that the audio for most of the Dolphins/Ravens game sounded like the announcers were in a tin can. The audio for the other games I was watching (Eagles/Cowboys and Steelers/Jags) was perfectly fine. The tin can affect (as I call it) seemed to come and go, but where there most of the time.

    I do not have a surround system, but solely use the TV's speakers. I have the SoundSound option turned off in my HR20's setup.

    Any idea why the tin can audio? I have also experienced this phenomenon on certain commercials, too.
     
  2. BarryManilow

    BarryManilow Cool Member

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    Dolphins/Ravens audio worked fine for me on ST.
     
  3. davring

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    Dolphins game audio went from good to bad several times during the game, even OTA.
     
  4. bonscott87

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    I didn't have a problem with the audio of this game, but I wasn't watching the whole thing, just here and there and most of the overtime.
     
  5. n3ntj

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    By "bad" do you mean that tin can affect I described?
     
  6. joed32

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    We have a new one. TCE.
     
  7. davring

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    Yes, strange effect.
     
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