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Old 12-11-2008, 02:58 AM   #11
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Yeah, normally I'm a lossless "snob" but with the din of the diesel, it's hard for me to hear the compression.

With the motor off, however, its a different story. What's funny is I don't hear the same freq. dropout when I listen to the same channels over the echostar satellite, so when we're stopped we usually listen to satellite music via the TV satellite.
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Do you hear the same problems when listening to the signal from the ground repeaters? or just when outside of the urban areas getting the signal direct from the satellite?
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