I've just purchased a 15" TV for the bedroom (Vistron DB15-SD 15"). The TV has Freeview and a "Digital Tuner" but I'm not sure if that makes it a Digital TV? Anyway, that aside, I played an old home family video (from my Panasonic DMR-EX95) onto the new TV. It started Ok and then after 10 minutes the picture went off. I stopped the video (pressed stop on the remote control) and then pressed play again and the picture returned. This happenned a number of times throught the video. At the same time I copied the video into DVD (this being one of the functions of the Panasonic). Upon completion the DVD was all OK - no breaks in picture. My question is, if the TV is a "Digital TV"?, when the video comes to a "break" in the tape, i.e. when you change scenes, the little bit of blank tape betweens the scenes, does the TV (being digital) "lose the signal" - hence the blank TV screen and when the next scene starts up again on the video the TV doesn't recognise that the signal has been restored - can this happen, is this how a Digital TV works ? Can anybody help in the matter?, Thanks.