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Topic # 42380 3-Oct-2009 12:28
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It was fine earlier today, but now its messed up at the bottom.. every other channel looks perfect. I already tried unplugging the power for 35 seconds.. no change. Both the HD and the composite RCA outputs have this corruption at the bottom.

The lady at the sky centre said it was just the screen saver and the event was being uploaded.. but the box office display is slightly weird too. It has a dark grey part at the bottom.

http://img8.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=boxofficechannel.jpg

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  Reply # 261026 4-Oct-2009 21:25
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Geez hope you got this fixed before the big match






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  Reply # 261044 5-Oct-2009 00:16
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Yeah it came right. The lady at the sky centre was right. :)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 261048 5-Oct-2009 00:20
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jahc: Yeah it came right. The lady at the sky centre was right. :)


How'd the fight look in HD? I only have standard Sky so it looked ok, bet it was amazing in full HD.






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  Reply # 261049 5-Oct-2009 00:25
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I liked it, but I dont know much about high definition tvs. I just wanted HD for the Warriors this year.. I'm going back to SD in a week for financial reasons.

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  Reply # 261132 5-Oct-2009 12:46
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The fight wasn't in HD unfortunately,nothing on box office is. The NRL grandfinal was in HD though, first time ch9 in Aus has sent out a League game internationally in HD.

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