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Topic # 8400 26-Jun-2006 23:37
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Is anyone interested in a How to Guide to Digital Free to Air TV that TVNZ is rolling out over UHF and Satellite?

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  Reply # 39768 27-Jun-2006 08:26
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I definately like one. As I can't wait till I can wave the static good bye.

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  Reply # 39782 27-Jun-2006 10:09
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I would of, but Im leaving TV behind

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 39790 27-Jun-2006 10:48
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Yup would be great.

Also waiting to "wave the static good bye"

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  Reply # 40017 28-Jun-2006 21:27
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sign me up . . .

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  Reply # 40240 30-Jun-2006 21:35
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Yep!

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  Reply # 40252 1-Jul-2006 01:49
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Im wondering if the UHF DVB will be any better then the current offerings on sat. The TVNZ transponder looked pretty dire with its pixelation when I last had a box plugged in, not as bad as most of the sky channels but still a long way behind the picture quality on analog FTA. Cant really compare now as the old sky LNB has died and its too cold to be climbing around outside fixing it :) (same reason my outdoor wifi isnt up at the moment)





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  Reply # 40267 1-Jul-2006 12:49
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Might be an interesting read if nothing else. Yes please Frankei.



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  Reply # 40282 1-Jul-2006 18:26
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Sorry been really slack and just been sitting on the couch blanky staring at the TV the last few nights

Ill do it tonight

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