Thursday, February 21, 2013

The WOWVision! HDTV Picture Quality Help Guide
 If Your HDTV doesn't make you say "WOW"!!!
The WOWVision! HDTV Picture Quality Help Guide is unlike the cut-and-paste HDTV websites that populate the internet. WOWVision! is the the result of observations obtained from thousands of DTV and HDTV service calls. This is the one place that you will find the answers to poor picture quality and poor performance of HDTV and DTV systems.
What is most apparent in the field is that there is a great lack of knowledge and a large amount of confusion. regarding high definition sources,connectionspicture qualitydigital systems, the Digital Transition, and the digital conversion box.
The WOWVision! site addresses each factor of poor picture quality from viewing distance, cables, connections, settings, and calibration, to signal quality, antenna and dish alignment. The WOWVision! website contains information and tutorials on picture quality, aspect ratio, calibration,satellite dish alignment, signal meters, digital signal processing, and terrestrial or OTA HDTV  antenna alignment.
From the basics of the HDTV Do's & Don'ts to the details of signal science, including signal qualitysignal-to-noise ratioBER (Bit error rate),pixelation, mosquito noise, artifactsgrounding, and ground loops.
Resources including local HD digital broadcasts and broadcasters, technical and non-technical information regarding digital systems and their operation, and installation tips and tricks. The FAQ contains answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.
The WOWVision! Interactive High Definition Glossary is the most complete glossary of DTV and HDTV definitions available on the internet. It contains hundreds of definitions and links regarding all aspects of HDTV. Links are included on the pages where they are contextually related. 
Everything contained within this site has been obtained and verified by research and proven repeatable RESULTS. This knowledge was acquired from correcting Dish Network and DirecTV satellite systems, and from installations of Off-air antennasdigital conversion boxes, and HDTVcalibrations.

No comments:

Post a Comment