Tonight I was watching MNF on ABC (via my OTA antenna) in HD, hooked up to my Dish Network 811 HD receiver. I was hearing loud intermittent clicking or popping noises during game. Did anyone notice this? I'm wondering if it was an ABC problem, or a problem with my HD receiver? Thanks.
I am using Dish Network's 811 HD receiver to also tune my OTA channels from Milwaukee. A little while ago I was checking what was on OTA channels, and I could not pick up ANY of the digital channels. Only the analog channels came in. This has never happened before, and I was wondering if it has ever happened to anyone else? What could cause this, it doesn't make sense? I will check again later to see if it's still happening. Thanks for any advice.
Did Fox change something with their digital antenna in the last couple days? I can no longer pick up Fox digital(it's been coming in very good the last month or more). Perfect timing Fox, with football season here.
When you look at a TV signal, how do you know if you have too much gain or not enough? I'm having trouble picking up all the channels I had prior to going from 1 to 3 TV's, and Fox digital isn't even coming in anymore.
Thanks Gregg. Is it a problem that the 1 TV is only about 15 feet from splitter, and the other 2 are 50 feet? Is there such a thing as a 3-way line amp, or do I need to buy a 4-way line amp and use a terminator for the unused one?
I installed a Winegard OTA antenna(VHF & UHF) antenna to my HDTV set a few months ago, and it has worked great. A couple days ago, I added a 3-way splitter to run to an analog set, and a front projector. The run from splitter to HDTV set is about 15 feet. From splitter to analog set & projector(with Dish Network 811 HD receiver) are both 50 feet. It appears I now need an amp of some sort to pick up all the channels I was getting before I split signal. I need some advice what type of amp to get, and it will be mounted in crawl space, so it will be inconvenient to adjust. Thanks for any input.