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Need an instruction manual for 19 inch HD ready LCD tv EAN code 46802
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Experience has shown that with this relatively new mode of transmission, audio levels can be quite dynamic. If your set provides it, you may try turning on "Audio Compress" or whatever the name might be. Could also be called Dynamic audio also or some such. Reason for all the hubbub is that along with HD, mixing engineers are also providing the most range for the audio dynamics as well the most video composition info in the new broadcasts...Accordianman.
Posted on Oct 11, 2007
SOURCE: Over air reception
Unfortunately, I'm in Australia and not familiar with New York TV transmissions, however, the reception principals are the same.
Your signals are most likely bouncing off walls etc in your apartment with several 'reflections' being picked up by your indoor antenna.
This 'multipath' reception causes errors in the digital signals.
Your receiver can correct a certain amount of errors, but if there are too many, your picture will pixelate and the sound will make loud noises and then you will lose reception altogether.
The fix for this problem is connecting to a roof-mounted antenna and signal distribution system. Most apartment buildings have one, however some only distribute cable channels.
There is a possibility of a fault with your TV, but from what you describe, it sounds like a signal issue.
Have a chat to your building manager and ask what system they use for FTA reception in your building.. perhaps there's a fault that they are not aware of.
Sorry I can't be of more help.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
I fixed the problem! I found a posting on a message board by someone who had the same DVR and a similar problem. This person found a way to access a secret menu in the DVR to override the format which is automatically assigned. I followed the same steps to access the menu on my DVR and then tried changing a few settings until I found the ones that worked--changing the automatic setting from OVERRIDE to STRETCH and changing the output setting from 1080i to 480p. (It's pretty pathetic that no one at Charter could fix this problem!) Here is the link to the posting that I used: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1132766
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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