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03-12-2012, 10:06 PM
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RFA
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The best way to watch is to hook a computer up with an S-Video cable to a old style tube tv. I think that thrift stores, church sales, pawn shops, and by the side of the road on garbage night is the bext place to find this technology that was at it's peak 12 years ago. But seriously, it does look the best.

The most annoying is places like Hershey and Springfield who even let you know who won the 50-50 or whose car is the dirtiest, while the game is going on. And that's always crystal clear, even on an HDTV. I think Hershey will put pictures of the guys up also after a goal. I guess they haven't realized that teams will try to "change the momentum" of the game then......

Providence has a crappy picture, but at least one of the cameras is dedicated to the AHLLive feed. Syracuse and Adirondack also have just the one camera on line, which works I guess.

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