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Fuzzy Screen I get a fuzzy screen when I switch to satellite Tv. In HDMI mode the problem seems to go away. Need help

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Try another source to the video input to see if the fault is the TV set our the satellite receiver box.

If it is the TV set, you will have to send it for service to correct the fault.

Most of the time I found that on the HD sets, the regular baseband output of the decoder boxes looks sort of soft especialy when compared to HDMI. This is normal. I really don't know the degree of softness that you are seeing.

I would use a calibrated video frequency response test signal and a scope to really make determination of the specs and if there is really a fault. This can be very involved when considering the testing of a satellite reciever box.

Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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