Originally Posted by tampa8
Originally Posted by Howlrunner2070
I mean the display seems to slow down for a few seconds, it looks like slow motion for a few seconds. Seems to happen at almost every face off or close to it. It then seems to be fine, but again when there is a face off it looks like slow motion again for a few seconds.
That sounds more like a problem with the actual signal, but there is no way to tell without seeing it. What you describe happens sometimes on away games for Baseball, but again, I can't say for sure. In any case, that is not a normal characteristic of the TV.
Yeah, it's one of the reasons I added that it might be coming in that way. The longer I thought about it, I think I *also* saw that same thing happen on a CRT via Comcast. See if I can explain this properly, and not too "network software engineery".
I attributed it to the compression scheme used: In software sometimes if there is a sudden demand on the bandwidth (which is possible during harder to compress sections....such as a radical change in picture frames), a system can "choke" sometimes before re-syncing. I remember my thinking at the time was that the sudden increase in data (to many households) caused a snag within some bottleneck somewhere that already happened to be at its limit for some other reason at that moment.
Guess, upon guess, upon guess. But perhaps not entirely bad ones.