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It is more common in HD, because of Dolby Digital.
If it loses too many packets, it drops out.

Where in SD, it can attempt to compensate and continue...

Audio Drop Out in Dolby Digital, are similar to Video pixelizing to a degree.

Now... It happens, but it should happen "too" often.
But it can also be the feed from the network affiliate... So need a little more data on what you where watching and when
 
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