Question about Televison & Video
Are you using an antenna?
Unlike analog signals digital can be more demanding on reception, and if there is any fluctuation in the signal strength you'll get what I call "digital drop out"
If you don't have an antenna I would suggest investing in one (a powered antenna maybe needed depending on where you live). If you do have an antenna try repositioning it nearer to an outside wall or window.
If your concerned about having a big ugly antenna in your house, one of the neatest ones i've seen is available through BestBuy.com.
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Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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