What's up with DD mix on BBCHD footy?

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  1. leamspaceman

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    Got the Man City v Liverpool game on BBCHD through Sky. Started off with DD 2.0 then there was a crackle and it went over to DD 5.1. But the commentary is awful. Sounds like the commentators are in a metal box...same with the studio chat?
     
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    They got it sorted by half time. Second half sounded fine.
     
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    Sounded awful and seems to have confused my amp. It had found its way on to Stereo somehow when I switched it on this morning and I had to manually put it back to Pro Logic
     
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    Pro Logic??
     
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    DD wasnt available on Mickey Mouse Clubhouse so receiver would normally turn the stereo signal into Pro L without me needing to do anything

    ps it was my 4 year old watching it whilst I got ready for work :D
     

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