the 'Scandal', 'disaster', 'miserable'.
How to write more dissatisfied viewers, among other things, the sound during Friday's 'X Factor'-liveshow.
Hundreds of danes have experienced that the sound has been bad, and therefore, would not have been able to hear the participants ' performance properly at home in the living rooms.
Now have TV2, however, found out why so many have experienced trouble with the sound. According to TV2's underholdningsredaktør, Dorte Borregaard, has a fault with Stofa made, that there have been problems with the sound several places in the country.
the Problem should now be resolved.
- We have now identified the problems with the sound, as some viewers have experienced in tonight's X Factor program. It turns out that the problem is due to a fault with Stofa and specifically Stofas customers on the island of Funen and east sealand. Stofa announces that the problem has now been resolved, she says to Ekstra Bladet.
Patrick Smith is out of 'X Factor'. Photo: Mogens Flindt
Film, tv & radio - 21. mar. 2019 - at. 18:30 'X Factor'-the star's long battle: I didn't believe in myself
Earlier in the evening complained of TV2, that not all viewers could hear what was happening in the 'X Factor'studio.
- We are sorry to hear that someone is experiencing degraded audio, but fortunately we experience, that it is not a general problem. Our technicians are obviously working hard to find out why some viewers are experiencing problems with bad sound, it sounded from the underholdningsredaktøren.
During tonight's liveshow, it was Patrick Smith and Echo, who drew the shortest straw and had to sing for their lives in 'the X Factor'.
Thomas Culture was the deciding vote and he chose to send Patrick Smith home, after he has stood three times in the danger zone.
Why has the famous and best-selling now only two contestants left.