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Cox TV Santa Barbara .... Would anyone be able to tell me what the *physical* channels are for the following? TBS HD CNN HD Lifetime HD MSNBC HD Spike HD Weather Channel HD TruTV HD The above appear to be newly upgraded to HD for Cox Starter Package subscribers.
Here's the current lineup for Cox TV Santa Barbara: http://ww2.cox.com/wcm/en/residential/datasheet/santabarbara/channellineup_sb.pdf Its says the Essential TV package has both ESPN and ESPN2 in HD.
Thanks for the heads up kevin120. p.s. I noticed KKFX (FOX) on 50-5 for Cox Cable Santa Barbara is back to normal at 720p again.
I noticed Silicon Dust's website no longer shows channel lineups for Santa Barbara zipcodes: http://www.silicondust.com/hdhomerun/lineup_web/US:93101#lineup_4029407 Because my Cox Starter subscription doesn't allow me to have a free cable box, I can't access mapped channel numbers. So I used Silicon Dust's website to determine what the physical channels are. Does anyone know if there are alternative websites where I can get physical channel numbers? p.s. I just noticed...
Press the Menu button on your remote, then go to the Setup menu (looks like a crescent wrench): Menu > Setup > Input Labels You should browse through the user manual to get familiar with your G20. Download here: http://shop.panasonic.com/shop/model/TC-P50G20?support
^^^ Same here (knocking on wood). Temporary ghosting / image persistence sometimes appears but no permanant image retention. The original quiet buzz emanating from the rear of the panel hasn't gotten any louder. I'm sure MLL has risen from day one but I'm not a very critical viewer and probably have gotten used to it. I'm most pleased with the AR coat on the panel. Makes occassional daytime use tolerable. Pretty good value so far.
I'm in the U.S. and 3.720 is the latest FW. MLB TV, NBA Gametime, MLS, and NHL are the sports widgets currently available on my set. Licensing & rights arrangements for Canada might be different than down here. At least you have better health care than us
Thanks for the tip. I haven't gotten into 3D but appreciate your adding to my consumer tech dictionary (MPO)
Could also be related to that channel's broadcaster sending data in-between frames. If so, you can compensate using the HD size setting (HD 1). Background info here:http://www.engadget.com/2010/05/27/h...all-tvs-do-it/
^^^ Don't know how well these TOSLINK/optical adapters work, but the prices aren't bad: http://www.monoprice.com/products/su...04&cp_id=10423
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