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Topic # 25787 1-Sep-2008 16:36
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I was watching the great 1080i picture on the Freeview HD example hd channell on my zinwell set top box yesterday, I turned the sound up and I could hear this annoying ticking sound when ever the sound got high but when ever I watch HD on another channel ( eg NCIS last night) it doesnt happen. I was wondering if anyone else has this issue on my plasma or even on another hd tv. Cheers




Jordan, Auckland University.
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  Reply # 161355 1-Sep-2008 18:52
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First of all the freeview|HD channel runs at 720p and not 1080i.

Which samples had the audio issue?




Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat New Zealand as a Solution Architect for all things Linux, Virtual and of course Cloud. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.



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  Reply # 161360 1-Sep-2008 19:09
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whoops.

The problems with the audio where with all the clips on the Freeview HD demo channel.
Im not really worried with it, at least it doesnt happen with any of the other channels or with any of the other hd programs. I would just like to see if anyone else had a probelm with it.

Cheers




Jordan, Auckland University.
“Design is so simple, that’s why it is so complicated.” - Paul Rand


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