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  Reply # 368400 16-Aug-2010 22:01
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hdinsider: Anyone know when TV1 or TV2 are going Dolby 5.1? They must have a date target in mind. Looking forward to Coro St in surround!Sealed


Unfortunately it doesn't look like there is anyone from TVNZ willing to give anything definite. The best response has always been the usual "coming soon".

BTW, does anyone know if there is anyone on geekzone who is an unofficial "spokesperson" for TVNZ. i.e. similar to the likes of Paul B and John R from Vodafone?

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  Reply # 369307 18-Aug-2010 14:06
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Well in this posting a guy who says he works for TVNZ talks about their transition to a digital production chain and that DD is on the horizon.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=63422





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