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Wave 103 quieter than other radios?
Posted 12 January 2013 - 11:58 AM
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Posted 01 March 2013 - 07:47 PM
Also, that usually means you are traveling too far out of the stations listening area-lol -(this is just a real life radio stations joke.)
Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:02 PM
Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:12 PM
|QUOTE (MrMateczko @ Friday, Mar 1 2013, 15:02)|
| I've decoded radios from ADF to MP3, and came to the conclusion, that it's the problem with the songs recorded on the radio, and not the radio itself, as the commercials are louder.|
Something else I noticed, is that the PC version of the radio stations tend to be a lot louder than they are on the Console versions(PS2 and X-Box) for some reason? Guess PC's have better sound quality than consoles do?
Posted 01 March 2013 - 08:51 PM
Posted 02 March 2013 - 06:04 AM
|QUOTE (MrMateczko @ Friday, Mar 1 2013, 20:51)|
|That is true, since PC is 128kbps, and 44100Hz. PS2 is 32000Hz, and probably 64kbps, or 96kbps. Someone can correct me on this?|
PS2 are ADPCM at 256kbps @ 32Khz, technically, they should sound better, The Vice City stations were quite harshly mastered in regards to loudness (at least compared to LCS onwards, SA suffers from this to on the original PS2 release). The exceptions being KCHAT and VCPR which are ADPCM at 128kbps @ 16Khz.
The PC versions are MP3 at 128kbps @ 44.1Khz, except for KCHAT and VCPR, which are 64kbps, but you can get 128kbps versions from Rockstars own website.
The Xbox version are WMA9 at 64kbps @ 44.1Khz for all stations and the Tenth Anniversary versions use MP3 at 64kbps @ 24Khz, making them the worst versions available.
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