frix86296 karma2021-12-18 20:52:18 UTC
I'm from Wisconsin, if you haven't heard, we love our cheese. How easy will it be to scale your products to a mass market scale? Also, would someone be able to tell the difference between the two in a side by side taste test?
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frix863 karma2020-01-01 14:08:36 UTC
Do you know if the number of people watching a channel between you and the broadcast tower has any affect of signal strength?
Last weekend I was trying to watch a sporting event over the antenna, but I kept loosing it. I never have reception issues and the rest if the channels were coming in fine.
I live on the outskirts of the city, so there are lots of people between the tower and my house. Its the only thing I could think of that would cause issues on only one channel, unless there were broadcasting issues
frix862 karma2021-12-03 01:37:40 UTC
This would be awesome. I was disappointed when I switched my Alexa's to "Computer" but it didn't have the correct voice.
frix861 karma2020-01-01 15:46:22 UTC
If there is someone standing between you and the speaker, yes. It maybe a small amount, but some of the sound waves will be blocked. If you have thousands of people blocking it will get quiet.
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