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Topic # 147012 5-Jun-2014 19:07
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While watching TV3 last night and tonight via sky I noticed an Intermittent stutter that sort of slows down the picture and audio for a second or two and then goes back to normal.  I have yet to watch anything else on another channel to verify if it's a TV3 issue or a mysky decoder issue.  Anybody else notice something similar?

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  Reply # 1060101 5-Jun-2014 21:36
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I had the same thing yesterday and earlier this evening. Only on channel 3. We were watching it on a mysky decoder.

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  Reply # 1060124 5-Jun-2014 22:14
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Yep, same here in Tekapo with original MySky box. Only on TV3, programmes and news. We had recorded the news for two nights in a row and I thought it might have been a playback error but happened live too.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1060143 5-Jun-2014 23:09
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I am getting the same thing on Freeview terrestrial so it's obviously a problem with TV3 rather than the transport of the signal.

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  Reply # 1060160 5-Jun-2014 23:29

Was that on TV3+1 Alasta?




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  Reply # 1060220 6-Jun-2014 08:30
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hdinsider: Was that on TV3+1 Alasta?


Hmmm...I'm just trying to remember. I noticed the problem on Wedesday night and definitely experienced it when I was watching 3rd Degree on TV3+1, but I have a feeling that I may have also noticed it on TV3 earlier that night.

Having said that I watched TV3 for a brief period last night and didn't notice any problems.

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  Reply # 1060265 6-Jun-2014 10:13
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Noticed it here too on TV3 HD and Normal TV3 on DVB-S/S2. 

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  Reply # 1060558 6-Jun-2014 21:14

alasta:
hdinsider: Was that on TV3+1 Alasta?


Hmmm...I'm just trying to remember. I noticed the problem on Wedesday night and definitely experienced it when I was watching 3rd Degree on TV3+1, but I have a feeling that I may have also noticed it on TV3 earlier that night.

Having said that I watched TV3 for a brief period last night and didn't notice any problems.


Thanks, I found out it was only Sky TV3 HD and TV3plus1 SD. This has been fixed now according to the techs.




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  Reply # 1063587 11-Jun-2014 19:20
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I've noticed a lot of this watching Shortland Street tonight in HD on Sky. its been very very bad! :(

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  Reply # 1065709 14-Jun-2014 20:21
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Anybody else suffering from atmospheric condition messages very often?  Satellite TV is currently unwatchable and I'm wondering whether it is a consequence of the windy weather a few days ago pushing the dish/lnb out of alignment with D1 OR if there are actually proper atmospheric conditions causing trouble in Auckland.

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