Why are IHeart’s HD Subs neglected

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    dugan
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    Here in Detroit it seems that almost every day at least one of  IHeart radio’s HDSub channels happens to be down or  has bad quality ,this week it seems like WKQI 95.5 HD 2 is low in volume and I mean really low and WDTW 106.7 HD 3 keeps cutting out ,you would think someone at the studio would take care of these problems it just seems like nobody cares about HD Radio.

    #184773

    Nathan Obral
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    The HD subchannels exist more or less to feed FM translators or to help with lower music licensing fees for the iHeart app. Other than that, HD Radio is a totally broken concept.

    Recorded in Ultra Stereo, the ultimately superior cousin to Normal Stereo!

    #184789

    dugan
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    I do agree with you ,it was only created by big broadcasters in the 90’s because they feared satellite radio was going to hurt AM and FM radio, low and behold it didn’t so now no one cares about HD Radio and I’m glad it’s a lousy technology.

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