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Topic # 126961 25-Jul-2013 07:36
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Recently, I have noticed significant decrease in picture quality, especially in the background slow moving landscape, much less detail, blurry trees. Anyone else has the same experience? Very annoying.

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  Reply # 865533 25-Jul-2013 07:58
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Hi, the SD transmissions for ONE are all taken from the Freeview platform, ie your Sky decoder is redirected to the freeview transponder, so maybe take it up with freeview.

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  Reply # 865539 25-Jul-2013 08:15
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A little OT, I had a look at the TV3 +1 channel the other day on Sky and it was so bad the picture was "pixelating". I believe this is coming from the Freeview transponder also?

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  Reply # 865559 25-Jul-2013 08:43
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DjShadow: A little OT, I had a look at the TV3 +1 channel the other day on Sky and it was so bad the picture was "pixelating". I believe this is coming from the Freeview transponder also?


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  Reply # 866847 26-Jul-2013 21:04
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yea prime is bad too




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