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  Reply # 655367 14-Jul-2012 10:05
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I'll do that and let you know

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 656467 16-Jul-2012 13:36
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I doubt you'll get a reply.. They simply don't care.


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  Reply # 656472 16-Jul-2012 13:40
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bjorn:  They simply don't care.

As they already have your money.

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  Reply # 668534 6-Aug-2012 19:26
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Hi all,
I don't know if this will be much help to anyone else but I've found that my Play TV stutters particularly bad when I have a controller charging at the same time. This gets particularly annoying if watching a lot of TV and not actually playing anything, like now. (My partner is watching the olympics) Has anyone else had this happen?

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  Reply # 668692 7-Aug-2012 08:40
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I haven't had any stutter issues since updating my HDD to the once I posted a few posts back.

I guess however if your signal is marginal the charging of a controler could be taking some current away from the playtv unit - enough to create pixelation.

Just a thought though.

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