Keep S&V real. Hooray for Q&A. What’s up with ATSC 3.0?

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I am a for­ever reader of Sound & Vi­sion and all her pre­de­ces­sors and am very fa­mil­iar with your work. Please keep up the Q&A col­umn since the in­for­ma­tion pro­vided there is al­ways unique and help­ful. Proof that I am a long­time, loyal en­thu­si­ast: I owned the first three gen­er­a­tions of Pioneer Laserdisc play­ers. Two of them, in­clud­ing my Elite model, are still op­er­a­tional, and I have a col­lec­tion of over 500 discs.

Jim Woods H.B., CA

You asked for sug­ges­tions, and my self­ish con­cern is this: Your pro­mo­tion en­dan­gers my fa­vorite go-to page in the mag­a­zine. The Q&A col­umn pro­vides a fo­rum for read­ers to ask ques­tions rang­ing from the highly tech­ni­cal to the ab­so­lutely stupid. It must con­tinue! Oth­er­wise, I would like to read more about the process Atmos uses to de­ter­mine where a speaker is lo­cated, and how that sig­nal is mod­i­fied to match a spe­cific lo­ca­tion.

Scott Serota Birm­ing­ham AL

You can all rest easy, be­cause the Q&A col­umn isn’t go­ing any­where (check out page 22 to see what I mean). I will also con­tinue to write it, as I have since the early 2000s. And since part of my plan for S&V is to add more fea­tures that cover gen­eral AV tech­nol­ogy top­ics, there’s a high like­li­hood that you’ll see your Atmos ques­tion ad­dressed in a fu­ture is­sue.—

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