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Sorry if this has been brought up, but when I watch Monday Night football in HD, I'm receiving it OTA in L.A. The pic is great, except just about every time they switch cameras, the picture is fuzzy/blurry for a second OR FIVE before it sharpens up. Even the on-screen graphics are blurry. I don't notice this during any other broadcast's including ESPN who I assume uses the same equipment.


My TV is a Toshiba 56H80 native 1080.


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Sorry if this has been brought up, but when I watch Monday Night football in HD, I'm receiving it OTA in L.A. The pic is great, except just about every time they switch cameras, the picture is fuzzy/blurry for a second OR FIVE before it sharpens up. Even the on-screen graphics are blurry. I don't notice this during any other broadcast's including ESPN who I assume uses the same equipment.


My TV is a Toshiba 56H80 native 1080.


Thoughts??
It's not you. It's the network. We had the same thing in Chicago.


It was discussed in this exchange: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...52#post4384852
 

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Thanks much for the replys. There are so many MNF threads I didn't know where to begin a search.


Thanks again!
 

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It's not you. It's the network.
It's not the network, it's local ABC affiliates that use a specific Harris HD encoder and have it improperly set up.
 

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It's not the network, it's local ABC affiliates that use a specific Harris HD encoder and have it improperly set up.
OK, excuse me... it's the affiliate. The post I referred to says what you said.
 
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