UK set to ban excessively loud ads

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#1

I just posted the article UK set to ban excessively loud ads.

Viewers who regularly watch live broadcast TV instead of from recordings often find themselves having to turn down the TV during the ad-breaks, not just because the ads are often annoying, but also…

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#2

For sporting events, you could always turn off the sound and have no commentary, or listen to the radio broadcast of the same event while watching TV. I rarely find the comments of the so-called “experts” worth listening to, anyway.


#3

@buggsy I agree with what you said, however TV stations often delay their live sports broadcasts slightly which causes the radio commentary to be out of sync with the action.
This message was edited at: 07-05-2008 14:12


#4

@buggsy I agree with what you said howerver TV stations often delay their live sports broadcasts slightly which causes the radio commentary to be out of sync with the action.


#5

There should be a standard volume level for broadcast, DVD, etc. Why should we have to re-adjust the volume every 20 minutes. :frowning:


#6

I believe that “Dolby Volume” will solve this sort of thing when i appears in normal products…


#7

Good! They should do this in Canada & USA as well… it’s total crap that they get away with this.