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'Scratchy' video I just picked this set up for free, and it's all hooked up. When I use the DVD, the picture is awesome. However, on my digital cable line it looks like I'm using a set of rabbit ears. The picture is very static-y.. I've changed the coax cable, and any splitters along the path.. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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  • Kevin Andersen Nov 15, 2006

    I think I've sort of solved my own issue. Previously, I had the coax into Ant-A. Just for kicks, I moved it to Ant-B, and the picture is now clear as a bell :)

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