Re: MLB.TV Question
Originally Posted by Unassisted
The TV screen is much more forgiving than the computer screen because it has a lower scan rate and resolution. I'm quite satisfied with the picture quality. It's about on a par with a decent analog signal from a set-top antenna. For ~60 cents/day during the season, in a part of the world that would otherwise have about a dozen Reds games/year on TV, it's spectacular!
Thanks. I checked it out but it seems a bit pricey considering that I would only use it to watch the games on the television.
Have you tried logging onto the games on your television and then logging onto the audio stream on your computer?
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