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Topic # 32505 18-Apr-2009 16:23
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my analog tv on my dvb-t tc card looks so crap y is this could somebody help

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  Reply # 207802 18-Apr-2009 17:16
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All of your postings have extremely poor grammer and are full of short TXT speak (which is not to be used on these forums) and when you are asking for help you give so few details about your problems that nobody can help you.

Nobody can help you if your picture is "crappy". This means nothing.

If you want help you need to start explaining your issues better so people can help you.





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  Reply # 207807 18-Apr-2009 17:26
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sbiddle: All of your postings have extremely poor grammer and are full of short TXT speak (which is not to be used on these forums) and when you are asking for help you give so few details about your problems that nobody can help you.

Nobody can help you if your picture is "crappy". This means nothing.

If you want help you need to start explaining your issues better so people can help you.





i wwanted to know how to get a better repseption

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 207808 18-Apr-2009 17:41
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You still don't give any information. Where are you located? Do you know if there's a transmitter nearby, is there any interference, any large objects blocking the transmiter, etc?

The more information the better. People can't help you if you don't tell them about your problem.






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  Reply # 207813 18-Apr-2009 18:05
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freitasm: You still don't give any information. Where are you located? Do you know if there's a transmitter nearby, is there any interference, any large objects blocking the transmiter, etc?

The more information the better. People can't help you if you don't tell them about your problem.


nope because i get dvb-t fine but the place its comming from is skytower

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  Reply # 207821 18-Apr-2009 18:55
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What card are you using? What channels etc. Would really help if you would give some more information not use one line responses.







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