Re: [DMCForum] Re: Sirius radio..
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: Sirius radio..



It's funny how cognizant you become of thick overhead trees and highway
overpasses after you have a satellite radio for a week or so.  I find my
self speeding under overpasses so I don't run out of buffer (it seems
like I have to be completely obscured for at least 2 seconds before the
audio cuts out).

I listen to 104 Raw Dog Comedy and 105 Laugh Break about 90% of the time
I'm on the road, and on some of the recorded-live standup I've heard a
few iffy edits (laughs cut off abruptly to silence), but nothing too
crazy and I've never really worried about sound quality when it comes to
talk radio...  That's why they use AM so much.

I really hate the commercials too.  I'd probably never change the
station if it weren't for commercials and DJ chatter.  Luckily, it seems
that they only play commercials (GoToMyPC, Nevada Incorporation Network,
PartyPoker.com, etc) on the talk stations (comedy, sports, Howard, etc),
but the music stations kill me with the DJs and station identifier.  And
yes, the limited availability of stations in web streaming is annoying
too...  I'm glad I'm not the only one.

Regards,
Jon Heese

Marc Levy wrote:
> I am disappointed in sound quality.  You can hear the
> compression, and the noise level changes with silence
> (more noticeable on the talk stations, like Howard
> 100).
>
> The sound cuts out all the time.  If I go under some
> trees, or an over pass.  Very annoying.
>
> The quality of the editing is also awful.  Again, more
> obvious on talk like Howard 100.  The news segments,
> you can hear clicks and pops and they edit in and out
> in the middle of words.  You should never hear audio
> edits.  It is even worse than the audio edits on The
> Apprentice TV show!
>
> TOO MUCH TALK on the music station.  I don't want to
> hear the DJ's, I want to hear the music.
>
> Commercials are a real thorn in my side..  I am PAYING
> for this, AND I have to listen to commercials?  What
> is worse is the commercials FOR Sirius!  On regular
> radio, they are required to do "station ID's", but why
> do they have to do it all the time on Sirius??  "Your
> listening to Haward 100 on Sirius radio"..  Yea, I
> know, I get the bill every month!
>
> The biggest pain in the ass is that Stern is not on
> the Internet.  I signed up because I saw Sirius had a
> way to listen on the net, so I could listen @ work.
> My commute to work is short (20 min), and typically I
> get in the car as they are going to commercial break
> (happened yesterday!) so don't hear much of the show
> at all.  Good thing the pirates on NNTP are posting
> the shows every day, I download them and listen to
> them the following day.  Right now, I am listening to
> yesterdays show.  No, I am not "stealing" because I
> paid for the content in my Sirius subscription!
>
> Stern however, is better than ever.  Even if I have to
> listen to him a day late on my computer.
>
> --- therealdmcvegas <dmcvegas@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>
>>In what regards?
>>
>>-Robert
>>
>>
>>
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