[mythtv-users] refresh rates and hd
wiz561 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 03:11:29 UTC 2006
> basically the signal gets accepted by the TV(which is a fault of the
> tv's electronics) and it then try's to display the signal, which looks
> all messy, the TV emits a high pitch noise, and usually it will cause
> the circuitry to over heat and "smoke". Most modern TV's wont' accept
> a signal outside their range, older TV's weren't smart enough to.
> please bottom post and trim your emails, see the mailinglist etiquette
> in my sig...
Thank you very much for the information; it was extremely helpful. Finally,
I have an idea of what to look for so that I don't ruin anything!!!
Also, sorry for not trimming and bottom posting my messages. I'm new to the
listserve's, so I suppose I should start somewhere!
Thanks again for your help!
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