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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sanyo HDTV 42"
'Clear' can mean different things-
The 'front end' of TV sets can differ greatly in the sensitivity of its tuner. If you have 'snow,' then the new set is inferior to your previous one and you may need to buy an external broadband amplifier to boost the signal before it goes to the TV. The quality of antenna inputs has declined since there are fewer owners (by percentage) who depend on 'over the air' reception. Cable companies and satellite receivers supply a lot more signal than can your antenna so the input sensitivity is not as critical as it once was.
The demo sets one sees at retailers are fed a lot of signal and have for that reason a better picture than you might find after getting a set home.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: can't get all digital channels
There are several possibilities assuming you have an outdoor antenna with the amplification. You are too far from the transmitter or the station is still on a low power digital transmitter until the analog broadcasts end. Additionally, there may be buildings, hills or trees in the way. The first one is called the digital cliff - you either have enough signal for your tuner or you don't. Some stations may need to add transmitters to cover the secondary areas that could still receive the analog signal. The second possibility will either resolve on Feb 18 or June 12 or anywhere in between. (It will depend on your station and the Digital TV transistion delay bill. Some stations are changing frequencies with the transistion and can't go to full power until another analog station moves its frequency.) The last one can't be resolved.
If you have an indoor antenna, you can try moving it around to get better results. My household has an amplified outdoor antenna with a rotator to get the antenna to line up with the signal. We have two analog stations that give problems when we look for their digital signals. We hope the issue will resolve with the changeover since we have seen the signals on both stations improve when they wanted to broadcast football games.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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