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It's all gone pear shaped!

gingergeranium

Standard Member
I came into the 21st century 2 weeks ago and bought a flatscreen LED TV. It's used with a PVR and all had been fine for 2 weeks. This afternoon the picture quality is awful with 'weak signal' displayed - yet the picture is fine through the PVR and on the analogue TV elsewhere in the house - so it cant be an aerial/cabling problem can it??? Any clues for the clueless?
 

Phlog

Active Member
Different kit has different sensitivities.

Most likely your PVR is making a better go of handling a weak signal. However, it could be that that there is a cabling/connection issue. Try exchanging cables to double check none of them are faulty.
 

Peter Rhea

Active Member
Is the aerial signal looped through the PVR or is the cable split between it & the tv?

I would use the loopthrough, provided it works with the recorder in standby.
 

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