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When watching sattelite tv I get what sounds like artifact sounds that come through. They are very loud, best described as a "TINK". It is very annoying listening to Tink, tink, tink tink, tink...


Not knowing the specific cabling you use and the pathing...

Everything is digital. You're probably experiencing data dropouts.

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Observe whether a given glitch is observable and repeatable on your DVR. If it IS, the transmission was bad at that moment and the result was captured. From this point there is no way to differentiate between bad data IN or bad data from the Hard Drive, unless you can bypass the DVR entirely or watch it truly LIVE.

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