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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1114494 24-Aug-2014 11:52
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I wonder how this will affect the VodafoneTV service? Do we know if Vodafone will still get from Sky and broadcast a 1920x1080 feed as satellite bandwidth is not an issue for them?

Seems ludicrous to cannibalise the other sport channels to fit an additional channel when very really are they simultaneously used for live sports. Quality over quantity. Looking forward to the subsequent sub increase too.


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1115048 25-Aug-2014 12:09
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Looks like ESPN2 is live on D1.

The HD feed is just black but the SD feed is working. Showing a WNBA match at the moment.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1115253 25-Aug-2014 15:24
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The HD feed is live now.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1115403 25-Aug-2014 18:09
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Looks like the HD feed is 1280x720 so I guess 720p. The show I looked at was only 2 channel audio as well but that may change per show.

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  Reply # 1115404 25-Aug-2014 18:10
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ESPN is all stereo sound from what i've seen




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  Reply # 1115409 25-Aug-2014 18:18
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ESPN2 HD = h264/MPEG1/1280x720
ESPN2 = MPEG2/MPEG2/720x576

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