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BBC launching HD net sound

October 18, 2010

The BBC is addressing the questionable quality of its online radio streams with the launch of HD Sound, a new high-definition netcast technology.

Due for Radio 3 in December, and to be available on selected programming on the BBC’s other radio channels starting with the Electric Proms on Radio 2 later this month, HD Sound will offer a wider dynamic range and less heavily compressed audio.

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