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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by CyCrazy, Jan 14, 2009.
Is it just my tv or is this broadcast choppy and slow, it hurts my eyes to watch it !
We've got the lead, it looks just fine to me.
It is a choppy pic.
It looks fine to me...well as fine as WOI looks at least.
White balance is WAY off at the moment, though.
I hate woi! It is a horrible picture.
Espn full court is worse than 5...i thought i was on acid
I thought the bad picture was because I was watching it on ESPN360.com but apparently it is everyone. What the heck!?:skeptical:
Damn economy!! :biglaugh: lol
is it just me or is channel 5 always bad for sports? it seems sooo dark.
its fine over here in sioux city so i am not sure whats going on
kcau is normally pretty good.
Usually it is the team that looks slow and choppy. But tonight, I think it is WOI.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
WOI is always horrible in their newscasts as well. Granted I work in TV and little stuff annoys me but it just always looks like they are downgrading everything. Network shows look fine however. It's weird
It is making me fell ill ... I've watched better video on my computer which has a crappy video card and CRT monitor.
Do you think the cold weather has anything to do with it?
at least you can get it on tv.
Yes its making me ill as well! Thank god we are wining or this would make me insane
Local broadcasts on channel 5 and 17 look like retro recordings from the 70s in comparison to 8, 13 and the national broadcasts. It's quite pathetic considering they want to be taken seriously.
And the digital feed on 805 if you have a cable box is fine, but not the normal channel.
I wonder if this is a mediacom issue, as I have noticed this with a couple other cable channels the last week or so, same problem on the normal side, but fine on the HD side.
True that, Obama will legalize Marijuana and put this country back to where it needs to be.
There could well be something to this.
I'm sure Mediacom has been preparing for the analog channels going away, and that means that they need to convert the digital signal to analog and then transmit that instead to legacy customers.
They might well have something wrong with their converters. There aren't any stuttering problems with DirecTV, either on the SD or HD feed, and there is no problem with either the SD or HD OTA feed.