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Starting last night ESPN is not coming in in HD for me any more. My HR20-600 is outputting back to 480i for some reason, and it won't work even when I manually set the resolution to 720p or 1080i. I have it set correctly in the menu, as I double-checked. It's coming in on HD fine on my H-20 that I have in my bedroom though. Weird. :confused:
 

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repoman75 said:
Last night on ESPN, the football game, my screen looked like it had split.
Mine too, I was watching the pre-game and there was a horizontal line across the screen.
 

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repoman75 said:
Last night on ESPN, the football game, my screen looked like it had split.
I also had this problem on ESPN (206). I then switched to ESPN on (73) and started to watch the game on that channel because it didn't have the same problem. After about 20 minutes I switched back to channel 206 and the split or line in the middle of the screen was gone and the picture quality was perfect. It was definitely a problem with just channel 206 because I didn't notice the problem on any other channel I switched to. I know channel 73 is the mpeg-2 channel but I didn't notice a difference in picture quality between it and the mpeg-4 channel 206.
 

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Thanks. I'm glad I wasn't the only one who had the problem, and yes it started with the football game last night. I did double check, and I was on the HD feed of ESPN. I still had the problem this morning though. I will check it when I get home from work today.
 

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What I also noticed is that no matter what screen mode I chose I had a black line at the top with a little bit of the picture showing above it. It's never done that before, and only happened with the HR-20's, not the H-20 I have in the bedroom.
 
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