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Topic # 69998 16-Oct-2010 10:46
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antenna is setup right i have only the tv app open sometime tv will mess up and pixalte randomly sometime i can't even watch some tv channels not all the time tho. some days the tv will work great well most of the time tv works great and wont pixalte

is there anyway to stop it ??

my computer is more then fast to use hdtv as i can play full hd bur ray movie with no problem at all

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  Reply # 392719 16-Oct-2010 20:37
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We need more info!!! :)
TV App? DVB-T card? CPU? Graphics card? Antenna Type? Codecs? operating system Location? favourite colour?

If you're using a PC you probably have timeshifting/recording capability. Is the pixelation embeded in the recording? i.e if you rewind does it happen again in the same place?




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  Reply # 394063 20-Oct-2010 17:11
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mcraenz: We need more info!!! :)  TV App? DVB-T card? CPU? Graphics card? Antenna Type? Codecs? operating system Location? favourite colour?

And most importantly what size shoes do you wear?

More seriously, it might be better posting this thread in the HTPC forum.

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