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Re: RF modulated CD players?
I don't know the exact figures, but the frequency range covered by FM is
somewhere in the region of 80-15,000 Hz. The range covered by CD is more
like 20-20,000 Hz. Using a CD player that plays back via FM would lop off
all beyond the FM specs, making it sound like... a radio transmission. A
good one, with little static (at least I hope so) but no more than that.
What would be the point of a CD player then? Tapes would sound as good, if
not better! There's nothing that beats a good old wire connected CD chager
(or an in-dash CD unit). I like CD for its wonderful deep bass and
immensely clear high- if the recording engineer has done his job correctly,
at least, but that's another story.
Just my HO/0.02 guilders
1988 80 1.8S FWD
From: "Anderson, Scott (CCI IT)" <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 1996 09:40:00 -0500
Subject: RF modulated CD players?
I'm wondering if anyone has had experiance with the RF modulated CD
players playing through the Audi/BOSE system. Does it actually sound as
clear as a normal CD player? What things should I watch for?
Tom W. Nas, graphic design firstname.lastname@example.org
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