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Pixelation & HDMI ?

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#1 OFFLINE   chasbo99


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Posted 06 February 2006 - 09:26 PM

At least I THINK that's what it is........very brief bands of "dropout" in horizontal stripes during the local HD feeds....SUperbowl (ABC) Surface on NBC tonite. Not a showstopper, but reasonably annoying, for sure...

I have a new 5 LNB receiver and H20 as of 2/4, so I can't be sure that ABC was like that before, as I couldn't get it.:mad: Although I was seeing it a bit on NBC last week with my older 3LNB system & Sony receiver.

I seem to have good signal strength...............

Anyone have any ideas or knowledge of what causes this?

Also - Regarding HDMI - As my Sony 51" set doesn't support HDMI, I'm using component video......Is there a noticeable picture quality change??

Thanks all

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