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Anybody else get 'loss of input signal' during Masters HD coverage?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by greginaz1, Apr 5, 2007.

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  1. Apr 5, 2007 #1 of 13
    greginaz1

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    Thx!
     
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    Michael D'Angelo

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    I got it a few times earlier. It was something on their end.
     
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    Earl Bonovich

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    Yes, but as BMoreReavens said...

    That most definently is on their end, as when it returned it was no longer in HD for about a minute or so
     
  4. Apr 5, 2007 #4 of 13
    greginaz1

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    Yep, I noticed that too...I was just wanting to make sure as I had my new 5 LNB dish put in yesterday along with shifting my HR10 to the office and a new HR20 in the family room...was hoping nothing was messed up!:D
     
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    DawgLink

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    I got it 6-7 times today
     
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    Mine went out at least 3 or 4 times but it was only for maybe 5 seconds and then would come back on in SD for a few seconds then go back into HD. The PQ looked decent though.
     
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    mapod

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    yes,yes,and yes
     
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    SG24

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    I got it as well but it definitely seemed to be a USA/Universal issue.

    Nothing I couldn't deal with.

    (I still have the 3-LNB and an HR10-250 for now so don't worry about your box on this on!)
     
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    Bofurley

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    It happened to me several times, but it was nothing I could not live with.
    Bofurley
     
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    Yes, at first I thought it may have been my HDMI cable because it's something that my TV does report, but when it cameback SD I figured it was a source problem!
     
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    I recorded the Thursday round from D* and the Friday round from cable (TW).

    The one recorded from cable showed the same loss of signal problem that D* showed on Thursday.
     
  12. DawgLink

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    First day saw it 7-8 times.

    2nd day saw it 1-2 times

    3rd/4th days saw none for me
     
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    Yep, only saw it on Universal HD's Friday and Thursday telecasts. It was definitely on their end...someone probably tripped over a cable or something. I didn't see this at all on CBS's telecasts Saturday or Sunday.

    BTW.. Great job, CBS! Awesome Masters coverage.
     
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