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# 14999 30-Jul-2007 17:24
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Listen to all my speakers and sound only coming out center speaker. On current movie playing and on one recorded few nights ago. Movies 1 and Greats the stereo is fine. Anyone else able to confirm?

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  # 80426 30-Jul-2007 17:33
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I thought Movies 2 had gone? Only Movies 1 and Greats left.







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  # 80435 30-Jul-2007 18:09
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Nety: I thought Movies 2 had gone? Only Movies 1 and Greats left.




Sky Movie 2 is 2 hours behind of Sky Movies 1's broadcast. On TCL the Sky Movie 2 is temporary removed as there isn't enough bandwidth tobroadcast more channels until they upgrade their headbridge. It will be back later this year.




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Sky Movies 2 is still there, but its just the same schedule as Sky Movies 1 but run 2 hours later

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