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Is it just me or most of the Horrible rips for recent series have pretty bad audio quality with character's voice low and background sounds/SFX high (thus a bit hard to hear characters talking)?
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No, check your sound shit, it's most likely your headphones or speakers.
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>>100162020
I think those are funimation rips that have it.
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sounds like bad downmixing of multichannel audio
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I did notice some audio noise in the background from some of the shit i D/L'd this weekend.

[Thomku] Hamatora - 01 [x264 720p AAC].mp4 is one file where i noticed this shit. I can't find the other files that have the same problem at the moment. Too lazy to go through all these damn new shows to find it.
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I haven't noticed anything weird.
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What I have downloaded sounded fine.
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>>100163427
>>100163508
Try Hamatora by HorribleSubs
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>>100162020
Yeah I felt like the shows I watched today had sort of low voices.
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>>100162020

I don't remember for recent series, but I remember Noukome episode 1 really suffering from this. Tokyo Ravens from HS (wherever it came from) also.
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I've been noticing it.



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