Who made the deal that allows commercials to be louder than content?

Answer The signal strength is constant and regulated by FCC. Commercials just use all of the signal carrier available. Normal programming does not.

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Why are commercials always 10x louder than the shows?

It's to get your attention... annoying I know but it does work...

How do you deal with parents who are narcissist and they abandoned their son as an adult because that son no longer allows that type of behavior but they keep on telling lies to others about that son?

Answer The simple solution is, you don't... just write them off and find your own life. You won't change them and if you continue to try to deal with them, help them, change them or in any way int... Read More »

What is the system called that allows you to put your directv receiver in a separate location and still allows communication?

A remote operating in the RF mode, the remote can control the DirecTV box through walls and doesn't need to be in the same room as the box. A nice feature.

Does Blu-Ray disc that are made from another DVD have more content on there (BQ)?

It really depends on the company making the Blu-Ray. Some movies have more extra features, some don't. Usually newer and more popular movies will be the ones with the extra features.As far as if th... Read More »