Qyot27 wrote:It's actually a feature of AC3 encoding, which is why it's widespread. DVD players control the volume on output to manage and mitigate the effects of the much loader sounds in the track, and to make the softer sounds more audible at the same time without the load parts blowing out your eardrums. Blame Dolby.
lol I didn't notice ('cause usually my spelling is so bad(I type too fast and can't touchtype >.<) I don't really care if others is.Qyot27 wrote:My goodness, I sleep for 10 or 11 hours and I still end up spelling 'loud' and 'louder' wrong.
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