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  Reply # 976487 29-Jan-2014 09:56 Send private message

It would be interesting to hear from Vodafone whether a) the "TBox team" are still around and b) if so, if there are any plans for new features to be released in the short to medium term?

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  Reply # 976617 29-Jan-2014 12:38 Send private message

just rang up to sign up,

apparently the techs wont do the RF splitters now??

Has anyone got a recent install and managed to get the tech to do this?

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  Reply # 976850 29-Jan-2014 18:40 Send private message

r2b2: It would be interesting to hear from Vodafone whether a) the "TBox team" are still around and b) if so, if there are any plans for new features to be released in the short to medium term?


Yes and Yes :)




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  Reply # 976852 29-Jan-2014 18:41 Send private message

lctham: just rang up to sign up,

apparently the techs wont do the RF splitters now??

Has anyone got a recent install and managed to get the tech to do this?


No, we no longer install UHF feeds to other TV sets.




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  Reply # 976859 29-Jan-2014 18:59 Send private message

lctham: just rang up to sign up,

apparently the techs wont do the RF splitters now??

Has anyone got a recent install and managed to get the tech to do this?


How could you want such a debauchery, leave analog RF in the last century. Maybe split the HDMI and feed into a DVB-T modulator instead, $2K max.




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  Reply # 977152 30-Jan-2014 10:40 Send private message

ah can you please explain further,

do I need to rewire existing cables at all?

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  Reply # 977159 30-Jan-2014 10:49 Send private message

See http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?topicid=136806

Note: DVB-T can be fed over existing RG-59 or RG-6 coax.




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  Reply # 990060 18-Feb-2014 22:54 Send private message

Is it possible to have hdmi out and also component out going at the same time? I have this setup on my existing mysky hdi box, with the component out going to another tv in another room. I just want to make sure the T-box allows both connections at the same time before I make the switch to Vodafone. Thanks.

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  Reply # 990079 19-Feb-2014 03:15 One person supports this post Send private message

capital1: Is it possible to have hdmi out and also component out going at the same time? I have this setup on my existing mysky hdi box, with the component out going to another tv in another room. I just want to make sure the T-box allows both connections at the same time before I make the switch to Vodafone. Thanks.


Hi Capital1. Yes it does.




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  Reply # 991257 20-Feb-2014 17:45 Send private message

An extension of the OP's original questions....... if you're already a Sky customer but sign up for Vodafone TV with Sky, does it automatically cancel your account with Sky when you switch over, or do you still have to contact Sky directly to cancel your services with them?




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