Originally Posted by bwall23
I had one bad recording on the new unit early (as in 1am) this morning. About 10 dropouts in 15 minutes (didn't view the whole half-hour recording, deleted it). I did not watch the broadcast as it was recording, so it really doesn't count (could be Comcast). I'll be trying more this week as I have some time off for the holiday.
Really wish I had equipment to prove this one way or the other, but it's really starting to look like a Mits problem. I went to watch&record tonight and had such severe audio dropout on any HD channel I chose (Dolby 5.1 Surround, of course) that I called Comcast. Why did I do that??? They're no help
After resetting the Mits TV, all was fine. I finally realized that for one reason or another that I've been resetting the Mits about once a month.
Reminds me of when I used to run servers (M$) and had to reboot them daily.
Strange as it may seem... The pic also looked better after a reset.
The major pain for me with a reset is TVGOS looses it's clock and you have to power cycle the TV a couple times after the reset to get it back.
I'm starting to look for a new set, but meantime, back at the lab, I'll try resetting once a week to see if it helps