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An ATSC signal can be locked onto and start being decoded within about one second, while it can take several seconds to begin decoding a DVB signal. So that's why a TV program starts a few seconds later when I watch it on Sky. 1001001001111100000 02:18, 19 April 2007 (UTC) PS: I found this out by smuggling a 14" into the lounge and watching the same channel on both TVs.
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