Last night I watched Jay Leno via Component and I have to say that I did not see any of the little "squiggies" in small detail that is normally present, so maybe it's just the DVI output that sucks.barth2k said:Anyone knows who makes the DVR? Maybe worth getting just to get away from Motorola.
Darrell: have you tried component and see if that's better? some people say it actually improves the pq.
I'm not blaming the stb on this, just bitching about the drop in PQ.In less than 24 hours Disney went from good to bad. How can that be from an STB?
My rain fade in the NW was the same with Dish as it is with Voom, there's just no getting through that mass of water. There is no difference.wbuffetta said:I Think The PQ Issue & The CLOUD Fade Issue are do in Part By the Motorola stb. I Don't Have E* But I Know People Who Do & They Never Have Had Rain Fade Issues With The 61.5 Sat.
DarrellP said:Well, I just got my first glimpse of EquatorHD and it is ridden with video noise. At 8:56 they were showing a bridge with lots of suspension cables and the noise was horrendous, it looked like a bunch of mosquitos buzzing on the screen.
It is NOT my pj, I watch Dish HD and it is immaculate, no noise at all. I've tried DVI, Component, different resolutions, it does not matter, the Voom signal has too much compression in it.
The show that just came on "Painting Country" could look phenomenol, but it is loaded with video noise. If this was on HDNET or DiscoveryHD on Dish, it would be fantastic. Come on, Voom, give us more bandwidth, it may look fine on a 42" plasma but it does not cut it at 110".