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    Default Pixallating Problem

    Is anyone else having any problems with your television pixallating?,,If you are also experiencing this let me know, it could be Shaw itself I don't know.
    I would like to find out if I'm the only one or not.
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    Default Re: Pixallating Problem

    If it's not a HD broadcast and you use a HD tv you will typically get that. Especially on large screen tv's.
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    We had a problem like that once. We called our cable provider. They came to check it out, and determined it was a poor quality old cable. A lot of homes have old cable in the days of analog signals. I guess those old cables don't do so well with digital and HD, etc. and need to be updated.
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    Yes, that is true also. You might need an RG-59 coax cable, or even special HD coax cable. If there's not enough bandwidth available because the cable is to small to cover the complete signal spectrum you can get degraded quality.
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