Everyone Had The Same Complaint About 49ers-Giants Broadcast Tonight

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Thursday Night Football viewers had the same complaint about last night’s broadcast of the 49ers-Giants game: the crowd noise was too low.

Many viewers took to social media to express their frustration with the muted crowd noise. Some viewers said that it made the game feel like it was being played in an empty stadium. Others said that it was difficult to get into the game without the energy of the crowd.

“The crowd noise on this TNF broadcast is atrocious. It sounds like the game is being played in a library,” one viewer tweeted.

“Who is in charge of the crowd noise on this TNF broadcast? It’s so low that it feels like the game is being played in an empty stadium,” another viewer tweeted.

“It’s so hard to get into this game without the energy of the crowd. The crowd noise on this TNF broadcast is way too low,” a third viewer tweeted.

The muted crowd noise is not a new problem for TNF broadcasts. In fact, it has been a complaint from viewers for several years. However, the problem seems to have gotten worse in recent years.

There are a few possible explanations for the muted crowd noise on TNF broadcasts. One possibility is that the broadcasters are trying to reduce the amount of background noise in order to make the commentary easier to hear. Another possibility is that the broadcasters are trying to create a more cinematic experience for viewers. However, whatever the reason, the muted crowd noise is clearly not working for viewers.

The NFL and Amazon, which has the rights to TNF broadcasts, should take note of the viewer complaints about the muted crowd noise. They need to find a way to balance the need to reduce background noise with the need to create an exciting and engaging broadcast experience for viewers.

Possible solutions to the muted crowd noise problem:

  • The broadcasters could use a different microphone setup that would pick up more crowd noise.
  • The broadcasters could artificially boost the crowd noise in the mix.
  • The broadcasters could give viewers the option to choose between a broadcast with and without crowd noise.

It is important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to the muted crowd noise problem. The best solution will vary depending on the specific broadcast and the preferences of the viewers. However, it is clear that the NFL and Amazon need to do something to address the issue.

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