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HD Radio Sync

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HD Radio Sync

Post by WOHO » Sun Dec 08, 2019 6:26 pm

Drove through Downriver Friday night playing around to see how long, if at all, I could hold HD lock on the FM's (as even WWJ couldn't stay locked, or SuperStation 910 either). Anyhow, Christmas music on WDZH, when it went from analog to HD1 you heard the same last 5 seconds again- real good sync there boys. Do they have an engineer that can adjust that, or don't they care?

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Re: HD Radio Sync

Post by Ed Joseph » Sun Dec 08, 2019 6:28 pm

If they do have an engineer, he probably doesn't care...

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Re: HD Radio Sync

Post by audiophile » Mon Dec 09, 2019 6:28 am

LOL, that's bad engineering. The engineer either never listens nor has a HD radio. There is an time alignment adjustment in the transmitter or audio processor for that. Innovonics even makes a box to automatic sync the two, even though I have not tried it, because you can usually set it a fixed amount. › content › user_files › sites › 2018/07 › Time-Level-Alignment-NUG-2016.pdf

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