A Broadcast TV License May Be Worth Something After All

John Mullaney john@minutemancomm.com
Wed Feb 28 07:03:00 EST 2007

I saw and recorded the same digital break ups. Both in HD and there but a
little less apparent in Analog.

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On 27 Feb 2007 at 11:03, Roger Kirk wrote:

> > On the much debated Chronicle show, for the first 5-10 minutes of 
> > the show, the picture would block pixelate and the sound would get 
> > choppy.  It did this until the first commercial break with was in SD 
> > then cleared up on return.
> Did you experience this pixellation & choppy sound while watching live 
> or from the DVR?  Pixellation & choppy sound can be the result of 
> poorly-corrected and/or excessive hard drive errors during playback 
> i.e. bad sectors.
I sometimes get pixellation and choppy sound on a regular show on analog

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