KCRC rail commuters are split over whether the noise in compartments from infotainment broadcasts should be regulated. Chan Chi-kee, 38, who travels frequently between the mainland and Hong Kong for business, said the broadcasts were too noisy. 'As I need to work in China at least two days a week, I often use the KCRC. As it takes some time to get to Lo Wu, it is good to have a television in the compartment. But the noise level of the television is way too high. It would be better if they turned it down a bit.' He was asked if he would prefer sitting in 'silent' compartments, where passengers can watch the television without the sound. Mr Chan said: 'I would not sit in the silent compartments because there are only two such compartments [on the train].' Raymond Lee, 36, agreed with Mr Chan. He is also a frequent commuter, travelling to the mainland at least a couple of times a week. He said he sometimes found the television a bit annoying because of the noise level. 'I find it quite disturbing, especially when I have to sit beneath the television. The volume is a bit too loud. It would be slightly better if they turned down the volume.' But 39-year-old Leung Ka-wai disagreed. 'I love having infotainment. It's very informative. I travel to Lo Wu every week and I like watching television on such a long journey,' said Mr Leung, a merchandiser. 'The volume level is totally acceptable.' Mrs Wong, who is in her fifties, agreed the volume was acceptable. 'If they turned down the volume, I would hardly be able to hear what was being said,' she said.