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  # 1729494 3-Mar-2017 15:57
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A friend of mine imported one of these and is very happy with it.

 

http://www.vuplus.com/sub/main.php

 

Out of the box the NZ EPG didn't work, but he loaded the Open Black Hole image which is compatible with NZ Freeview.

 

 


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  # 1729496 3-Mar-2017 16:09
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Hmm ... need a new TV in 2017 :)

 

(my tv's digital tuner is stuffed for some reason)





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  # 1729513 3-Mar-2017 16:34
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joker97:

 

Hmm ... need a new TV in 2017 :)

 

(my tv's digital tuner is stuffed for some reason)

 

 

That is odd for that sort of thing to happen, what brand is it? I am guessing it isn't a premium brand.


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  # 1729514 3-Mar-2017 16:36
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mattwnz:

 

joker97:

 

Hmm ... need a new TV in 2017 :)

 

(my tv's digital tuner is stuffed for some reason)

 

 

That is odd for that sort of thing to happen, what brand is it? I am guessing it isn't a premium brand.

 

 

Samsung





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  # 1729515 3-Mar-2017 16:38
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joker97: Samsung 

 

CGA claim?  Should have no trouble if it ls less than 5 years old.





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  # 1729521 3-Mar-2017 16:48
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Suckerpunch:

 

A friend of mine imported one of these and is very happy with it.

 

http://www.vuplus.com/sub/main.php

 

Out of the box the NZ EPG didn't work, but he loaded the Open Black Hole image which is compatible with NZ Freeview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That looks quite promising actually


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  # 1729524 3-Mar-2017 16:55
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Dynamic:

 

joker97: Samsung 

 

CGA claim?  Should have no trouble if it ls less than 5 years old.

 

 

It's just under 10 years old. Didn't think of CGA claim because I had a TIVO when it happened 5 years ago.





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  # 1729535 3-Mar-2017 17:47
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Does NZ use the same DVB-T as Oz? 

 

 

 

There's https://beyonwiz.com.au/

 

 


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blakamin:

 

Does NZ use the same DVB-T as Oz? 

 

 

 

There's https://beyonwiz.com.au/

 

 

 

 

 

 

From mammary, going way back, it does, but the channel spacing is different, so that would maybe need to be configurable within the software.


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  # 1729551 3-Mar-2017 18:29
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Does NZ use the same DVB-T as Oz? 

 

 

 

There's https://beyonwiz.com.au/

 

 

 

Channel Band spacing is 8Mhz in NZ and 7Mhz in Aussie.   I had a Strong DVR a few years back which was good until it died. That was able to be used here as it had settings to allow the user to change the spacing to 8 for here. If you want to bring a DVB-T pvr here from Aussie you need to check that the channel spacing is adjustable





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  # 1729591 3-Mar-2017 19:30
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Might be worth some TiVo owners looking at the BeyonWiz... Apparently they're pretty awesome.

 

I have a FetchTv. The one Hybrid are doing a HN deal with.


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  # 1729595 3-Mar-2017 19:38
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sbiddle:

 

stone2: Can someone explain to me what Freeview plus is? Sounds like a good replacement.

 

Freeview Plus is a application for viewing on demand content through your TV. If you have a modern TV that supports HbbTV addons the Freeview Plus application will appear on your TV and allow you to scroll through the EPG and play back previous shows over the internet without needing to use an on demand app for TVNZ / Media Works like you used to have to do.

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you sbiddle.


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  # 1729607 3-Mar-2017 19:56
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Suckerpunch:

 

A friend of mine imported one of these and is very happy with it.

 

http://www.vuplus.com/sub/main.php

 

Out of the box the NZ EPG didn't work, but he loaded the Open Black Hole image which is compatible with NZ Freeview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

So possibly this bad boy might do the trick eh?

 

http://www.vuplus-shop.co.uk/VU-Plus-Solo-SE-V2-2x-DVB-S2

 

 

 

 


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  # 1729617 3-Mar-2017 20:46
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DMCM:

 

Suckerpunch:

 

A friend of mine imported one of these and is very happy with it.

 

http://www.vuplus.com/sub/main.php

 

Out of the box the NZ EPG didn't work, but he loaded the Open Black Hole image which is compatible with NZ Freeview.

 

 

 

 

 

 

So possibly this bad boy might do the trick eh?

 

http://www.vuplus-shop.co.uk/VU-Plus-Solo-SE-V2-2x-DVB-S2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looks promising, I'm really tempted to get one

 

 


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