"if a listener wants to listen to one of the new HD channels, he must first tune to a station that he does not want to listen to, before he gets to the station that he does. If that happens, the new formats on new channels of (each main frequency), become permanently associated (in the listeners’ minds) with the format of the main channel. Another negative is that the additional HD channels will seem to not be on the air if a person attempts to tune directly to them, without first going to the analog / digital main frequency. DOES THIS LAYERED SYSTEM MAKE ANY SENSE?"
O que é que isto provocou? "HD radio is at our doorstep and IT IS TEN YEARS LATE. Why? Because our “Leaders” fought needlessly over engineering standards. We COULD have been first to digital radio, but weren’t. The result: A huge opening for satellite radio, based on digital quality and new channels that you’d never hear on terrestrial radio. "
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