NASA TV SOUND ALMOST GOOD

k1oik@ccsnet.com
Sat, 13 Jul 1996 11:26:16 -0500


GP>I have what I believe to be a state-of-the-art computer: Cyrix 686
GP>P-120 w/32 MB RAM, etc... and I wonder why would the NASA reflectors
GP>transmit their sound educational programs if I can't hear but 95% of
GP>it, which makes the whole thing virtually worthless. I know, it's
GP>just a matter of a few lost packets but... why transmit at all if
GP>nobody can benefit?

GP>TIA
GP>George
GP>gpl@henry.net
GP>http://www.henry.net/~gpl

CUSEEME technology is very wanting. The audio sucks, the video is slow
and unreliable, color is poor in resolution, and the chat box misses
comments. Other than that it is perfect.

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