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Thread: Sfgi Now Testing In 32kbps :)

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    Ok, I am now testing my SFGI Radio in 32Kbps after
    Nigel123 told me yesterday at KLB Radio Site that my 24Kbps it
    not the best :(

    Please listen some seconds and tell me if you experience any

    a) buffering issues
    b) important for me: is the quality ok?

    thanks for sharing - I am planning to put my first radio show today night ;)
    in the morning from 4am - 7am ;) It is the official broadcast now after I tried several times but was to tired for broadcasting ;) I now try to set up an automatic
    schedule - News will be from other great stations ;) probably I will be up as well ;)

    LiSteN NOw and tell me about quality ;) pls be opened ;)

    ~nice dreams...

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    Bump that up to 96 Kbps.

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    Playing the Bethoven just now.

    Overall it's quite good, wee bit "crackly" occasionally, but that could be my speakers.

    Certainly good enough quality for me to listen to.

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    If I bump it up to 96Kbps wouldn't be there more buffering problems?
    Can I do it on DialUp? I mean what are the positive and negative effects, if you can give a short brainstorming?

    ~nice dreams...

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    Bass is a little too high thats the crackling / i hear it too.

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    Experiencing buffering problems....you will have to get broadband Dave...

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@22 November 2003 - 23:03
    Playing the Bethoven just now.

    Overall it's quite good, wee bit "crackly" occasionally, but that could be my speakers.

    Certainly good enough quality for me to listen to.
    ok, that is sounds a little bit more hopefully - I yesterday recorded a stream
    of Nigel123's K++ Radio in 32Kbps and it was not bad -
    and I also made experience that fewer bitrates sounds like an old radio receiver...

    But that sounds good... I think I will leave it so - and probably test it some time at 56, but I also do not want that listeners has to rebuffer often...

    I for myself do not love it if stream of a station interrupts every 5 minutes...

    ~nice dreams...

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    This time your voice is understandable!! It keeps buffering though..

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    Originally posted by nigel123@22 November 2003 - 23:05
    Experiencing buffering problems....you will have to get broadband Dave...
    Ok, yeah I see unfortunately - I changed for some moments - to 24
    and 32 again...

    it is difficult... Nigel: is 24 so bad that you did not understand everything I say, means can you understand me?

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    Originally posted by nigel123@22 November 2003 - 23:09
    This time your voice is understandable!! It keeps buffering though..
    Ok, I made the experience to avoid buffering issue when I listen
    to high bitrate radios: I use RIPCast 1.3.2 - This tool save the first
    minutes and is saving continuesyly and after the first minutes it plays
    the file...

    I did this yesterday while listening to K++ Radio ;)

    RipCast is quite useful ;) just search on google.com for RipCast 1.3.2
    and the first link should be the download link...

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