So I turn on "The New TNN" a minute or so before just in time to see the TNG equivalent of a chick flick (okay so I loved that episode BUT STILL...) and the credits roll and I notice the music is in mono. "Huh!" I think. Then RAW starts...ALSO in mono. "WTF?!?" So no Pro Logic surround tonight, I guess.
Two minutes before the show ends, the sound goes completely dead for about ten seconds, then returns in full stereo.
I don't know if it was on TNN's end or if it was just a DirecTV thing, but oh well.
And frankly, that's about as excited as I got about RAW. If I'd missed it, I wouldn't have missed anything. Okay so Booker T actually WON a match, aside from that, it was the same thing we've seen for weeks. Flair gets punked by McMahon. Regal and the knucks. Triple H poses for run-ins. Bad Snickers commercials. Austin plugs another burger chain (that WAS a great promo though).
I've been having sound problems as well...but throughout the whole show. I could hear the music, the promos on the in mic, but when it came to the commentary it was dead(Didn't really annoy me that much, less Jerry the better...bring back Paul!!). Anyone else having this problem? It's been happening alot since they jumped to The NEW TNN.
I've also noticed the sound mix has had lower levels on the announcers to the point I've had to turn the volume up a notch or two to hear them over the crowd and ring noise. I think it's something the WWF has done with their mix at the source.
And as for difficulties... I'm on AT&T cable, and have no sound issues... granted, I don't have a surround sound system set up in my house...
---=---:---=--- [Look up a line] Wow, that belt looks like crap... I'll take it and carry it around for years and see if people can take it away from me... What? What was that? You mean even THIS belt doesn't matter! What? I'm insulted! Get away from me you... you... defiler!
In just under two months a Dutch wrestling promotion is having their first show. They been working on this for several years, always saying they would get some big names, and I always rolled my eyes thinking 'yeah right'.