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Topic # 151444 25-Aug-2014 18:36
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Since Igloo added new channels to it's channel pack the picture quality has worsened. It would appear they have increased compression to accommodate them.

Anyone else noticed this?




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  Reply # 1115476 25-Aug-2014 20:42
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Stands to reason they would, what else could they do.




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  Reply # 1115530 25-Aug-2014 21:51
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On their FB page the claim they added more bandwidth, it certainly does not look that way.




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  Reply # 1115595 26-Aug-2014 01:09
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There's only one mux. had 12 and now 14 channels. Ask them what prameters the T2 mux was using and wgat the parameters were changed to to accommodate more bandwidth. DVB-T2 parameters are here.




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