Why is my TV pixelated on some channels?
Likewise, how do I get rid of pixelation on my TV?
If your TV image is pixelated, or broken up, the first thing to do is check all your connections. Loose connections are often the cause. Unplug and reconnect the coaxial connections between your Set-Top Box and your TV and your wall connection. When you plug them back in, make sure all connections are secure.
Likewise, why are some of my Freeview channels pixelated? Weak signal strength is the most common cause of TV picture break-up. Your Freeview receiver just can't get enough signal to hold a decent picture. If your signal is weak, check your Freeview coverage. If you're in a good Freeview coverage area, then a weak signal could point to an aerial issue.
Thereof, why does my TV pixelated on certain channels?
Pixelation (squares) observed on the screen represent packets of data which have not been received or were lost in transmission due to a poor connection. This is an indicator of a poor signal which can be caused by a variety of issues including damaged coaxial cables, loose connections, faulty splitters and more.
Can HDMI cause pixelation?
Other causes of pixelation include bad weather; the HDTV set is older or a lower-end model; the HDMI cable is low quality; and faulty or substandard cable boxes.