Question about Televison & Video
We had the old IQ Foxtel box and the picture quality was poor (given the poorer quality signal from the SCART cable/Foxtel SD signal). We upgraded and the picture was perfect most of the time. We are now noticing notable blur (a slighted outline around the head, for instance) in some sport but also in many other programmes. This seems to mostly occur when playing back a recorded programme on the IQ HD box. We use HDMI cabling and have the Foxtel HD channels. Is this because the recording is not the full HD or can you provide some other solution - or comments from others with this problem. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The SCART connector uses by default the RGB colors outputs, your tv might not support it. The full proof method to connect the box to the tv is to use the 3 RCA connectors : Yellow, Red and White. The image quality will be practically the same if you use a good cable.
Posted on Nov 19, 2010
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