Audio 101 - Television Audio - A Systems Issue For Cable (1989)

By Ned L. Mountain

Audio - how boring - how basic! Audio is really basic stuff, right?? After all, why worry about it when you have your precious video to coddle and perfect. I'll bet you get just as many, if not more, subscriber complaints about sound than about the pictures. I know, the pictures are real important, always have been, always will be, but the sound is a source of subscriber content or irritation.

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