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I have a Samsung LN-4061F with a TiVo HI Def DVR. When viewing HD programming the picture becomes choppy during action scenes. For example, during sporting events when the picture pans with the action, the image becomes rough and choppy. Is this normal? Jason

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If your using a set top cable or satelite box then it is an issue with your HD service. Call them . They may need to swap out the box and check the signal. If you have no box then you may wana boost or/and filter your signal. You can purchase a signal amplifier online or at any radio shack or best buy. You may want to ask SAMSUNG if there is a firm ware upgrade for your TV.

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