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Crappy Picture on HR34. Related to 0x6be?

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#21 OFFLINE   texasbrit


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Posted 23 June 2013 - 10:55 AM

As far as the hockey game is concerned, my guess is that the problem is your local NBC affiliate. Could be all sorts of issues, starting with the fact that WESH transmits a second channel which steals bandwidth from its OTA HD channel, which is the one DirecTV accesses.


Question - since ESPN etc are in 720p, where are the conversions from 720p to 1080 taking place? Are you sending 720p from the DVR to the TV, and then letting the conversion happen there, or are you upconverting to 1080i in the DVR and then just doing the conversion to progressive in the TV? 

Whatever your settings are now, try the opposite and see if things change....

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#22 OFFLINE   toobs



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Posted 23 June 2013 - 07:31 PM

Have you tried calling Directv and getting a service call?

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