Question about Tatung Televison & Video
Does this happen while watching the tv through a cable service or satallite service or does this also happen when watching a DVD through a player?
Pixelation occurs when the incoming signal to your TV is weak or incomplete. As a result, the TV doesn't have all the data it needs to process the image correctly, and pixelation occurs. In layman terms, it can be thought of as the TV's manifestation an incomplete image. The causes of this problem usually stems from incomplete or incorrect digital or analog signals. The other causes are weak cold solder joints in one or more of the buffer boards, or tuner on the set. If your handy and know how to solder, you can take the boards out of the set and look for bad solder joints on the board and simply re-solder them. If it is not the cable or satallite and your hesitant to take the boards out to look for bad soldering, then I suggest you have a tech look the set over. If it is still new enough that you have a warranty let the dealer who sold this to you take a look at it. Let me know how you wish to proceed.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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