Yes, both problems are still there on NBC4 DC....
I see it. I am in Northern VA and there is a slight audio and display sync issue.melduforx said:Hey folks. I'm doing another roundup to see if DC area subscribers are still seeing sync issues on the NBC local HD channel. For me it's better than it was a couple of months ago, but still pretty annoying.
I am using a non-PVR HD receiver... H20-100.anubys said:did not notice any problem...is this a unit-specific issue (HR20)?
I have HR10s...
What about for someone who lives in Western Loudoun County? What kind of set up would you suggest?racemanva said:If it's possible for you folks, I'd suggest you go OTA with a CM 4221A and forget MPEG-4. I'm over here in Springfield(in a forest by the way) and I get clearer and sharper reception with the OTA signal. You can buy the atenna for 25-40 bucks. I didn't see the point of OTA until that big wind we had 3 or 4 weeks ago moved my LNB off a bit, didn't have locals for a week until the tech came out and re-aimed my dish. In the meantime I decided I needed backup and went OTA, glad I did, clearer, sharper and no Lip Sync! and oh by the way, the volume dropoff on NBC Channel 4 isn't near as bad with OTA signal as with MPEG-4. Just a thought
The CM 4221A should work. Was talking to a local installer and he mentioned that he uses the CM4221A in Loudon county, while it's further out then we are here in S-field, you are on quite a bit higher ground(generally speaking), and height is everything with these antennas. If the the CM 4221A is not quite up to par, then take the next step and go with the CM 4228. I CAN see a marked improvement in the signal quality of the D.C. locals(4,5,7,9, 20 and 50 you also get 4 PBS channels and the weather channels for 4,7, and 9) over MPEG-4 D*.TDLA said:What about for someone who lives in Western Loudoun County? What kind of set up would you suggest?
does anyone have any experience with using a indoor, or smaller outdoor, antenna, in the Burke/Springfield area? I saw a really small outdoor antenna at radio shack the other day, and wondered how well it would work...racemanva said:... while it's further out then we are here in S-field, you are on quite a bit higher ground(generally speaking)