Question about Televison & Video
If the signal is degrading to the receiver then the sound or picture can start to break up. You may find that some channels were weak to start with, maybe because the antenna is not pointing directly at the broadcast transmitter. The signal may be degrading because of damp in the lead from the antenna, bad connections or atmosperic disturbances. High wind can misalign a loose antenna. Interference from other close by electronic devices may also affect the signal. My best solution is to first look at the direction the antenna is pointing and compare it with your digitally enabled neigbours. Then check that all the antenna leads into and out of your video recorder, digital reciever etc are good. Finally only a proper antenna install engineer will have the necassary equipment to diagnose the problem. If you haven't got one already then an engineer may recommend an antenna specifically for digital reception. Good luck and come back to comment soon! Regards
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
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