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Anonymous
September 12, 2004 6:53:14 AM

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I'm trying to troubleshoot a problem with my RTV5504. I sometimes get
pixilated video, either on recorded programs or live TV. Could this be
because my AV receiver is on top of the ReplayTV unit? TIA!

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Anonymous
September 12, 2004 7:30:52 AM

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Not likely. It could be that the program is coming to you that way. When
viewing a TV without a ReplayTV attached I've seen that a lot,
particularly on CBS, although it's been much less frequent lately.

From:TLP
TLP@nospam.com

> I'm trying to troubleshoot a problem with my RTV5504. I sometimes get
> pixilated video, either on recorded programs or live TV. Could this
> be because my AV receiver is on top of the ReplayTV unit? TIA!
Anonymous
September 12, 2004 9:21:57 PM

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TLP wrote:

> I'm trying to troubleshoot a problem with my RTV5504. I sometimes get
> pixilated video, either on recorded programs or live TV. Could this be
> because my AV receiver is on top of the ReplayTV unit? TIA!
>
>
I have noticed it pixilates when the signal is too weak and it can't see
all of it, Since I'm watching "Off the air broadcast" this does not
make sense. I would not expect static to pixilate

Here iare some suggestions

First:

CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS Do not just check to make sure they are screwed
in tight, Remove and inspect to make sure the cable looks good. I had a
serious problem with one of my VCR's and the tv it feeds here... Turns
out the cable end was bad and needed to be re-assembled.

Assumption... You are feeding the REPLAY via the ANT-IN (RF-IN) jack

IF your AV receiver has direcct video out, or better yet S-Video out
(many do) USE IT, to feed the RePlay. S-Video is an option (Needs to
be set up via the menus) on the LINE-2 input only, Standard
Left-Right-Compisit can be put in via either line 1 or line 2. But
Left-Right S-Video is a line 2 only, and you MUST select the S-Video
input in setup menu
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Anonymous
September 13, 2004 1:00:34 AM

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You should go to work for the ReplayTV tech support department! They could
use a person who answers quickly and helpfully! Even though I had all my
cabling done according to the installation diagram, your suggestion to use
my AV receiver's S-video in/out jacks made a world of difference. THANKS!!!

John in Detroit wrote:
> TLP wrote:
>
>> I'm trying to troubleshoot a problem with my RTV5504. I sometimes
>> get pixilated video, either on recorded programs or live TV. Could
>> this be because my AV receiver is on top of the ReplayTV unit? TIA!
>>
>>
> I have noticed it pixilates when the signal is too weak and it can't
> see all of it, Since I'm watching "Off the air broadcast" this does
> not make sense. I would not expect static to pixilate
>
> Here iare some suggestions
>
> First:
>
> CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS Do not just check to make sure they are screwed
> in tight, Remove and inspect to make sure the cable looks good. I
> had a serious problem with one of my VCR's and the tv it feeds
> here... Turns out the cable end was bad and needed to be re-assembled.
>
> Assumption... You are feeding the REPLAY via the ANT-IN (RF-IN) jack
>
> IF your AV receiver has direcct video out, or better yet S-Video out
> (many do) USE IT, to feed the RePlay. S-Video is an option (Needs to
> be set up via the menus) on the LINE-2 input only, Standard
> Left-Right-Compisit can be put in via either line 1 or line 2. But
> Left-Right S-Video is a line 2 only, and you MUST select the S-Video
> input in setup menu
Anonymous
September 13, 2004 2:08:15 AM

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From:TLP
TLP@nospam.com

> You should go to work for the ReplayTV tech support department! <snip>

But then he'd have to move to India!
Anonymous
September 13, 2004 3:46:41 PM

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TLP wrote:

> You should go to work for the ReplayTV tech support department! They could
> use a person who answers quickly and helpfully! Even though I had all my
> cabling done according to the installation diagram, your suggestion to use
> my AV receiver's S-video in/out jacks made a world of difference. THANKS!!!

Sounds like the cable you were using was faulty... It happens some times

I have a PCMCIA card here on the laptop (USB 2.0 card) that came with a
"extra power" cord (Plugs into a PS/2 port to provide additional power
to the card if you are plugging in, say USB powered disk drives, or
speakers) Darn cord was wired BACKWARDS.

IF you wish to send my name up to Replay I likely would not turn down a
job offer... Though I'm both retired and employed now... A better office
would be nice... one I don't have to mop & wax every week :-)

(By the way.... My job for the last quarter century or so has been
helping people... Now I'll admit not all of them wanted my help, but
many got it anyway. How did I help them (I was a police dispatcher)
Well you see, last night they had trouble sleeping cause they had to
worry about "THE MAN" coming and hauling their sorry (Deleted) off to
jail. Tonight they don't have to worry about that... You see... Thanks
to my skill and ability with the department's computer they have been
hauled off to said jail and can sleep soundly in the knowledge that the
worst that can happen... Has)
Anonymous
September 13, 2004 3:47:34 PM

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BruceR wrote:

> From:TLP
> TLP@nospam.com
>
>
>>You should go to work for the ReplayTV tech support department! <snip>
>
>
> But then he'd have to move to India!
>
>
Forgot about that..... Telecommutting?

(And sorry about the coffee/pop/whatever you were drinking on your
monitor after my last post)
Anonymous
September 17, 2004 12:58:27 AM

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"BruceR" <brNOSPAM@hawaii.com> wrote in message
news:jN31d.5192$YU2.5128@twister.socal.rr.com...
>
>
> From:TLP
> TLP@nospam.com
>
> > You should go to work for the ReplayTV tech support department! <snip>
>
> But then he'd have to move to India!
>
>
Nah... I understand that the Indian companies are outsourcing and hiring
Americans to field their technical questions!
!