Good to be back Larry, playing catch up. I would say your estimation is spot on, but I only noticed the PSIP change on .2 about a week ago. Seems very weird to me also.
There are two installers known to this list.Does anybody have any suggestions for a local antenna installer in the mountain view area?
Yes but KPIX VC 5 RF 29 was sputtering at the end of the first half and twice during the third quarter. Just like the 49'ers.Signals from Walnut Grove and Sonoma County are much stronger than usual this afternoon. Seldom seen KTFK 26 (virtual 64) was coming in a short while ago and KEMO is blasting in at 28 dB SNR.
SHFThe Zeppelin was disassembled and has been returned to her place of manufacture in Germany.
The periods of sputtering were 3-6 minutes in duration and spaced 20 - 30 minutes apart. Both MyHD which I was using to time-shift the game live and my HDHomeRun lights which were flashing at the same time were affected. That was why I thought about the blimp err zeppelin. It would leave Moffett Field and fly almost directly over head to Santa Cruz and then return directly over head back to Moffett Field. Slowly.Yeah, the 49ers were sputtering today. Interesting that you had problems with KPIX down your way while I was getting signals way better than normal. I didn't take notice of the levels on the South Bay stations (1, 14, 36, 48, 54) earlier, but often when signals from Walnut Grove are up, signals from the South Bay are down. Right now, at 6:30, Walnut Grove signals are still higher than normal and South Bay signals are at about normal levels. KAXT is just above the cliff edge, where it is about half the time.
At the present time, a thick low lying fog bank is hanging over Twin Peaks with the top of Sutro Tower poking through the top of it.
We'll have to see if any of the others out there in AVS-land think that humidity has anything to do with signal levels.
KSBW is coming in great in Newman still.Any of you all experiencing no reception on physical / virtual 8 (KSBW)?
It's typically one of my stronger gets here in Morgan Hill, but not as of this afternoon. I'm guessing the VHF side of the dual input preamp crapped-out, again.
Thanks for any input you might have...
I can top that!Not a good start to GRIT TV programming. They are showing High Noon in a 16:9 aspect ratio with all the characters squished vertically ... Cooper looks 5' 5" tall! It's a 1.37 to 1 film and would fit perfectly into a 4 x 3 screen. or, if they had to, just go ahead and show it letterboxed within the 16:9 area.
Way to disrespect your product, Grit! Pathetic!
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KSBW is coming in great in Newman still.
Thank you both. Either the preamp is on the fritz (VHF side) or there was unique event yesterday in the area...KSBW is normal here this morning.
Yeah, losing the MHz programming was a big blow in this household. I do not know what they were thinking by giving up these programs, to show programs that can be seen in the Bay Area on any of 5 separate PBS stations.I can top that!
As KCSM is no longer showing MHz International Mystery I must watch it streaming over the internet.
After watching "24 live another day" I came to another possible reason KCSM dropped MHz.Yeah, losing the MHz programming was a big blow in this household. I do not know what they were thinking by giving up these programs, to show programs that can be seen in the Bay Area on any of 5 separate PBS stations. ...