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Over the last two weeks approx. I have noticed my DVB digital TV signal is getting very bitty when the camera views the person of object on the TV at a longer distance. For example when the news starts the camera is right in there faces and the picture is crisp and clear. However, has the camera pulls away from them there face starts to go bitty and slight blurred. On HD its fine, on freesat it?EUR(TM)s not brilliant but I have seen better. What is causing this, and when will it stop. I live on a private estate with a communal Arial, and dish. Is anybody else having these problems, as it is a nuisance?



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Brierley Hill (Dudley, England) Full Freeview transmitter
Thursday 8 September 2011 12:42AM
Solihull

Today after the 7th September 2011 and after retuning my pictures on 1, 2,3,4,5 etc. are all a lot more clear and crisp. I have gone through my DVD, DVB, and freesat and checked all the signal strength on all of them. On the DVB, the HDMI signal is showing poor in red and yellow, and fluctuating between them both. I feel they should all be in green. However, the picture is crisp and great. Why are they in Red/Yellow? Can anybody help please? Paul



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C24 (498.0MHz) after switchover
Thursday 15 September 2011 10:26PM
Solihull

What I am noticing before and after the start of the switchover on the 07/09/2011 is when the camera id filming the news and other programs, as the cameras I see the news team going bitty and blurred, then as the camera zooms into their face it comes crisp and clear, mainly on channels 1,2,3,4,5. The signal is strong. Then on HDMI 50,51,52,54 the signal, strength is poor, in yellow and red. The TV has Freeview and freesat built into it. What is causing this please? Paul

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UK Free TV now uses friendly web addresses
Sunday 19 October 2014 11:17PM
Solihull

my Panasonic TV is being returned again on Tuesday, as the picture keeps breaking up on/off. Its was replaced for the same model just over a week ago, as this TV and previous TV picture was juddering across the screen as the camera moves across. What is the problem please.

On the small Samsung TV on the same connections I don't get this problem. its a basic TV for the bedroom. But as I said on the Panasonic in the living room problems start. Its on the DVB, Freesat, Othersat. problems on all connections. I am totally fed up with a new TV and with me for a few weeks and back they go with problems. I am now on my fourth TV this year. What would you recommend please? Again what is the problems please.

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I have a Samsung 4K UHD TV that's two weeks old, and I cannot get a good picture from it at all. Over that last 14 months I have now had 5 TV's Panasoninc, and Samsung with that same problem. All have been 47/48 inch. On the Plasma I have up until November 2013 there was no problems with it at all and a connection fed in the walls has the property was built to put a TV in the bedroom, with no problems at all. Since removing the DAB from the single port on the wall the TV picture has got a little better. But when the previous TV's have been returned and I have used the 27 inch in the living room there has been no problems at all, but as soon as a new TV installed problems start. Breaking up of the screen coloured lines across the screen, double pictures as camera moves across the object, black white hyphens across the top of the screen on the previous TV etc. What causing all this please. Paul

Arial has all been checked by three companys, with equipment, and its all come up with a percent in its 40's, and that was good. Satalite cable removed, DAB removed, Arial leads in the bedroom removed from the TV, and the problems are still here. No other equipment is near the TV only a Hi fi that is not in use due to the DAB disconnected. And has been here with all TV's and previous TV's.

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