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  • Fusion
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    Must've been RFI.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by Fusion View Post
    4 posts just to prove a point, Wayne? Tssk.
    I don't know why there were multiple posts. I pressed submit once (actually I use Alt-S to submit posts) and only saw one post on my screen.

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  • Fusion
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    Heheh, you're saying Wayne needs moderation? He's been around a tad longer than you, Junior.

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  • Colin F
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    Actually, we call that Moderation

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  • Fusion
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    Spoilsport! Pfffft!

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  • Colin F
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    Removed the doubleposts

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  • Fusion
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    4 posts just to prove a point, Wayne? Tssk.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by poli View Post
    Hm... "compression artifacts" wasn't what I was looking for. For example, you use an antenna to watch TV. But the weather is really really bad (lightning, strong wind, heavy rain etc.) and so causes some pixels to not display correctly.

    This would fall under the broad category of "Radio Frequency Interference" or "RFI". It is also related to Signal Degradation, which happens if your antenna is out of alignment and catches other radio waves.

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  • slappy
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    Hold on the the Rabbit Ears Gracy. Now turn it a little to the left. Now back. O.K. Hold it right there. Some of us were around before commercial TV was available at all. Then we just watched that thing called: "Radio".

    Regards,

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  • filburt1
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    Digital or analog TV? If it's digital TV (or satellite), you'll see badly pixellated images and stuttering. On analog TV, you'll see ghosting, snow, blurring, etc.

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  • poli
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    Hm... "compression artifacts" wasn't what I was looking for. For example, you use an antenna to watch TV. But the weather is really really bad (lightning, strong wind, heavy rain etc.) and so causes some pixels to not display correctly.

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  • yellow_spider
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    Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post
    I call them 'Flashbacks' but you would have to be a child of the 60/70s to understand.

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  • slappy
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    Let's all sing now:

    One Pill Makes You Smaller;

    One Pill Makes You Tall;

    And The One's That Mother Gives You, Don't Do Anything At All;

    Go Ask Alice, When She's Ten Feet Tall.
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    Must Be Having A Bad Trip Man!

    Regards,
    Last edited by slappy; Mon 17 Jul '06, 2:45pm.

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  • Fusion
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    Heheheh.

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  • Steve Machol
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    I call them 'Flashbacks' but you would have to be a child of the 60/70s to understand.

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