HD signal question (Revue)
Admittedly, I'm new to the HD game. So forgive me if this is a stupid question. But when using the Revue, everything being piped from the cable box now looks a tad digitized, almost like it's been recorded and is being played back. (That make any sense?)
It's especially noticeable when watching football. Any high-speed motion looks really bad. And that's a pretty big freakin' deal, ya know? I've got a 50-inch LG plasma, and it definitely didn't look like this before I hooked up the Revue.
So is it because the signal is being passed from the cable box to the Revue to the TV? Or because of the way the Revue is processing the signal?
Or am I just crazy here?
- 10-23-2010, 06:25 PM #2
lol. Even that looked good.
No, seriously, there's definitely a difference here. Been watching Weeds on Neflix. On the Revue, I see the colors change as I watch. Especially the whites. It's almost like there's an ambient light sensor that's adjusting things. Very weird.
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- 10-25-2010, 01:31 PM #9
I had thought I noticed a difference. It is a pretty big deal. I wonder if the Sony Blu Ray is having the same problem? I hope that it is a software issue and not hardware. This thing is great, but if they can't fix the framerate issue, then it's gotta go back. Can't remember if Logitech has a 15 or 30 day return policy.
- 10-25-2010, 01:37 PM #10
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Phil, I noticed it when watching football on Fox this past Sunday but I don't recall it on NBC during Sunday Night Football, I will try some other fast motion movies, maybe it was just Fox. I have had problems with their broadcasts over the years.
My Revue plugs into an Onkyo Receiver and then to a 61' Samsung DLP set from 2004, it only does 720p but I have enjoyed it for 6yrs.
- 10-25-2010, 03:30 PM #11