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  Reply # 861917 18-Jul-2013 22:54
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Ditto in the Manawatu.

Alive on Tivo, no EPG

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  Reply # 861958 19-Jul-2013 08:00

Alive in Nelson with EPG.

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  Reply # 861964 19-Jul-2013 08:08
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ilovemusic: Ditto in the Manawatu.

Alive on Tivo, no EPG


Interesting, I might have to go and take a look tonight.  Thanks.



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  Reply # 861990 19-Jul-2013 08:49
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Idle, are you saying you have EPG on the Tivo?

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  Reply # 862006 19-Jul-2013 09:36
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Working here now in Kapiti on channel 14. No EPG yet.Quality not excellent. But good enough for a free sports channel.





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  Reply # 862012 19-Jul-2013 09:50
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I have a Tivo and a cheap certified Freeview box (Loranz), and the quality on the certified box is much better. Not sure why.

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  Reply # 862068 19-Jul-2013 11:53
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yup.  got it on tivo here in jville.  no epg though i've already done a lot of manual recording for my kid.  i was shifting back and forth the pana's input from my its tuner and tivo  to check the epg. 

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  Reply # 862219 19-Jul-2013 15:50
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Yep has turned up on my TiVo too, no EPG. Auckland.
With a big white rectangle in the corner.

Cheers,
Joseph



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  Reply # 863354 22-Jul-2013 09:06
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The big white rectangle seems to be smaller and more translucent in recent live broadcasts.

Well Dan, Sommet is now out of testing. Any progress to report?

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