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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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A fuzzy signal on a plasma TV is not common anymore as with the lack of analog TV transmission the signal is either there or it is not.
A amplified HD TV antenna is not always a solution and often times to get a good HD type reception a good outside antenna is required. I have two $100 antennas high up on my roof and still you can get a loss of data stream when the weather is bad. I also use distribution amplifiers to feed several TV's
In the case that the picture is fuzzy but still there it might be a resolution setting that is wrong so hit the menu button on the remote and see if that display is clear- if it is then try setting a different resolution for the input that you are getting fuzzy signal on.
Posted on Aug 11, 2012
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