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Old 01-14-2008, 11:07 AM   #48  
Scottnot
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Originally Posted by electrictroy View Post
False. And false.

True.
False. And false again.


True, but only to a point. If the signal gets too distorted, and the TV finds itself looking at a 1.0 volt signal, how will it interpret that? Was it a 0 or a 1? Who knows? And introduces bit errors. False colors and/or bad pixels.

Or.... it could operate on the margin, with numerous errors that are too small to break-up the picture, but large enough to create single-pixel errors. (Thus not giving you the true picture.)
For those just getting started in HD and Digital TV, the foregoing is an excellent example of NOISE and DISTORTION.
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