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  Reply # 211246 1-May-2009 15:41
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Does anyone know if TV1/2 HD channels will be encrypted?

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  Reply # 211358 1-May-2009 20:34
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WaffleMakerMan: Does anyone know if TV1/2 HD channels will be encrypted?


Sky have previously confimed that the HD channel will be encrypted similar to TV 3.




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  Reply # 211502 2-May-2009 00:29
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O well, Looking at the prices of a HVR-4000 it wouldn't be worth it any how, Sux I live like 10Ks from Waitara and I can't get anyting on UHF

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  Reply # 211594 2-May-2009 09:35
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Waitara or Waiatarua?

10Ks from Waiatarua should be OK with a decent aerial providing you don't live in a deep dell




Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat New Zealand as a Solution Architect for all things Linux, Virtual and of course Cloud. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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  Reply # 211700 2-May-2009 15:57
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woops yeah I mean Waiatarua (I googled what I thought was the spelling and "tv tower" and thats the name it came up with lol, should have checked)

Yeah we live down near sea level in titirangi, had a go once with a mast head amp aswell but still had a snowy prime picture. What sort of quality are you looking for as a guide of if you can pick up a signal.

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