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Old 05-03-2014, 02:50 PM   #16
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None of which have any favorable reviews, lots of MIRACLE indoor digital antennas that don't appears to work except in a perfect receptive area.
really? i was reading some that had positive reviews. i would only buy it to test pixelation. i've tried several hdtvs and stbs and they all resulted in the same picture.
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Old 02-09-2016, 07:27 PM   #17
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I had the same issue. Cables were installed in 1994. I've had three different technicians from TWC here and I think the third one finally solved the problem. He said old cables should work fine, if they are still in good shape. He replaced all the connections and the innerds of the outside box and it seems to have done the job.
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Old 05-03-2017, 12:23 PM   #18
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Are other nearby apartments having the same problem? They should if the building wiring is the problem. If so, I'd talk to the owner about upgrading the wiring.
I have blurry streams on SlingTV (CNN) and on any live news network. No cable box. Connected with HDMI. Quick fix (albeit temporary), on CNN, minimizing the screen for 5 seconds will clear it up; on live news streaming, pausing for 2-3 seconds will clear it up. I'm not tech savvy, I've learned this through trial & error. It's not the TV, nor the cable...I think it's just because bugs are still being worked out with streaming.
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Old 05-03-2017, 02:46 PM   #19
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I have blurry streams on SlingTV (CNN) and on any live news network. No cable box. Connected with HDMI. Quick fix (albeit temporary), on CNN, minimizing the screen for 5 seconds will clear it up; on live news streaming, pausing for 2-3 seconds will clear it up. I'm not tech savvy, I've learned this through trial & error. It's not the TV, nor the cable...I think it's just because bugs are still being worked out with streaming.
More likely it is the internet provider. The reason your "fix" works is it allows the computer to continue receiving the stream and buffer enough to allow smooth video. That is the issue with streaming, many providers will recognize that a video stream is happening and limit the throughput, imo. U-verse is the worse, they will just shut down after a while or ask if you are still watching.
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Old 05-03-2017, 07:12 PM   #20
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I have tried it , but it is not good for me , how to do ?
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