Audio ropouts n Serie 3

Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by ira_l, Feb 12, 2008.

  1. ira_l

    ira_l Member

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    . as anyon lse oticed andom audio ropouts on their Serie 3s?
    Is thi elated to the pixilation roblem (which I also have but am using attenuators to address?)

    hanks n advanc !
     
  2. RoyK

    RoyK New Member

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    ira - a new keyboard only costs a few bucks
     
  3. ilh

    ilh New Member

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    You missed his point.
     
  4. budgreen

    budgreen New Member

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    Yes, dropouts have returned on my S3 when the guide is displayed.
     
  5. MickeS

    MickeS Well-Known Member

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    I haven't noticed it.
     
  6. RoyK

    RoyK New Member

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    Yep, I sure did. Clever! :)
     
  7. davinwv

    davinwv New Member

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    I have them too. Especially during the first few seconds a channel is tuned, and even frequently after that on MTV, VH1, and MHD. It also happens on other network sporadically. Hopefully it will be fixed in the next software update.
     
  8. MickeS

    MickeS Well-Known Member

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    I don't know if it was because of this thread, but I noticed two second-long audio dropouts today during American Idol. Weird, never noticed it before.
     
  9. bizzy

    bizzy New Member

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    I'm 1:15 through it, and haven't heard any dropouts. The center channel is way too low, but no dropouts for me.

    UPDATE: While the mix was terrible, I didn't notice any dropouts.
     
  10. mike_camden

    mike_camden New Member

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    I know your question was for the series 3, but I'm having the same issue with the Tivo HD -- audio dropouts only, no video pixelation. The funny thing is that they only exist during live programming. Recorded shows are free from the dropouts. I never had this issue until about two months ago, so I'm wondering if this was the result of an update of some sort. Several others posted in the thread on this that I started that hey were having similar issues. Both Tivo and Comcast blame the other party (shocker :rolleyes:). I'm hoping the new update that Tivo Pony mentioned yesterday fixes it.
     

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