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Topic # 160366 4-Jan-2015 13:17
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Hi guys, does anyone have any experience with any of the IPTV boxes like Shava TV or Real TV?
How do these work Is it really live content from the country of origin or just recorded programs?

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  Reply # 1208018 4-Jan-2015 14:44
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I just signed up to a similar service this weekend.  It's definitely Live TV and some of the streams are fantastic.  Not very legit though.



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  Reply # 1208102 4-Jan-2015 18:29
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BigMal: I just signed up to a similar service this weekend.  It's definitely Live TV and some of the streams are fantastic.  Not very legit though.

Can I ask which one did you sign up to and primarily which channels did you subscribe it for?
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  Reply # 1208128 4-Jan-2015 19:21
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I used infusum.tv

I signed up for UFC and NFL.  Initially the UFC stream was brilliant but as it closer to the main event it buffered a lot, I assume as more people came online?  Or because it's peak traffic time in NZ?

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  Reply # 1208129 4-Jan-2015 19:28
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On the channel that the UFC it is now streaming Cricket nicely in HD so it must've been a load issue with the big event.

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