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flyingjoey

join:2005-11-07
Jersey City, NJ

HD or HF

I always thought that HD was a term used for something you view, and High Fidelity was for sound. am I wrong here?


mgamer20o0

join:2003-12-01
Norwalk, CA

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said by flyingjoey:

I always thought that HD was a term used for something you view, and High Fidelity was for sound. am I wrong here?

they will slap on hd on anything they can lol they have hd radio wh not hd voice.

Keefer21

join:2012-07-06
Hilton, NY

Ive seen ads for HD blenders & HD interior wall paint. its hilarious!



battleop

join:2005-09-28
00000
reply to flyingjoey

Polycom has "HD Voice" that sounds good unless you try and use it in a noisy environment.



bassjunky

join:2005-05-12
Aubrey, TX

1 recommendation

reply to Keefer21

Or 3D toothpaste!

»www.crest.com/crest-products/3D-···ste.aspx



djrobx
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join:2000-05-31
Valencia, CA
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reply to flyingjoey

said by flyingjoey:

I always thought that HD was a term used for something you view, and High Fidelity was for sound. am I wrong here?

HD (Hybrid Digital) radio screwed that all up.
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johnnn

join:2007-01-25
Ypsilanti, MI

What a horrible mess came from using a closed-architecture chipset (owned by "Ibiquity") to deliver 16-64kbps audio. Device support is terrible, audio quality is unusable, and stations have been terrible stewards of subchannels.