In Reply to: Internet Radio Noise posted by Peter Breuninger on July 31, 2006 at 10:42:16:
Not sure what that noise might be - I have XM radio over the satellite, and I don't have that problem. However I just started service about two weeks ago, so maybe I just haven't discovered it yet.
In my humble opinion, XM radio is the best thing to happen to music in a long time. Sure it costs $10 per month but it's worth every penny. Sound quality is at least acceptable. Maybe it isn't as good as "the good ol' days" of FM, but that is besides the point. Variety of music and the chance to hear things I've never heard before is far more important to me than having the utmost in high fidelity.
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Topic - Internet Radio Noise - Peter Breuninger 10:42:16 07/31/06 (18)
- Back to your question - Quiet Earth 09:37:28 08/16/06 (0)
- Errrrr......... - Jimmy 05:56:24 08/02/06 (0)
- Re: Internet Radio Noise - Jon C. 19:31:37 08/01/06 (4)
- Variety of music and the chance . . . - sgmlaw 09:15:19 08/02/06 (3)
- It's what USA's audiences let FM become, made worse, and no longer free. - Timbo in Oz 07:00:25 08/01/06 (10)
- Beg to differ - Gregg 10:55:55 08/01/06 (8)
- I beg to differ. - sgmlaw 17:43:49 08/01/06 (7)
- Re: I beg to lighten up the posts here.......... - Jimmy 07:46:02 08/02/06 (6)
- Re: I beg to lighten up the posts here.......... - Jon C. 18:54:45 08/02/06 (5)
- 'will they ever value better fidelity' - Jimmy 10:25:32 08/03/06 (0)
- That is you Jon, - Jimmy 19:42:01 08/02/06 (3)
- Re: That is you Jon, - Jon C. 04:48:05 08/03/06 (2)
- Need to chime in - Gregg 06:27:50 08/03/06 (1)
- t's all about convenience and marketability....analogue FM can't compete against that...nt - millen 09:51:08 08/03/06 (0)
- Re: It's what USA's audiences let FM become, made worse, and no longer free. - Peter Breuninger 09:49:18 08/01/06 (0)
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