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What causes TV Pixelation?

A client called this week and asked if his Bose Home Theater system can cause the pixilation on his TV. Pixelation is the term used to describe when the picture on your TV appears to be broken into many pieces. If your cable or satellite box is connected directly to your Bose console, it is possible, but not likely, that the Bose console can cause the Pixelation. The most likely causes are loose cable connections, a bad connecting cable, or a weak signal coming from the cable/satellite provider. The quickest and simplest way to see of the Bose console is causing the problem, is to disconnect your cable/sat box from the Bose system and connect it directly to the TV. If the Pixelation problem exists, it is not the Bose console. The next step is to be sure all of your cable coax connections are tight. If the connections are tight, then contact your cable/satellite provider. A defective cable/Sat box or a weak signal coming into your home are then most likely causes for the Pixielation. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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