http://www.classicfm.com/ways-listen/tv-and-satellite/Is classic fm on yet? It's a national station.
That's telling!DTTV: Unfortunately due to the cost of broadcast on this platform, there are no immediate plans to launch Classic FM on either digital terrestrial television or Freeview.
Apparently Classic FM is now on Freeview.Is classic fm on yet? It's a national station.
Drivel! CDs are sampled at 44.1kHz, yes, but that is two whole data channels of 16 bits each. The 64k we're talking about for Classic FM on DVB-T is 64k bits per second - even a single channel from CD is about 700kbps!To be fair, if you are going to listen to music radio on the average TV 64k mono is probably overkill
CDs are only 88k (44k x 2).
Why? I have my T2 hooked up to the hi-fi and don't use the TV speakers (they are fairly crap like most are these days).To be fair, if you are going to listen to music radio on the average TV 64k mono is probably overkill
Ooo, er. Try 44.1 x 2 x 16 = 1411.2kCDs are only 88k (44k x 2).
No it's not. I think you need to go and do some reading before you drop yourself in it even more.So the bit depth on Freeview is 1 ?