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Topic # 10027 31-Oct-2006 15:09
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Not sure if anyone of you come across this recently. From what I read, this is a "thumb down" to those who are hoping to see HDTV in NZ in 2007....




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  Reply # 50474 31-Oct-2006 15:13
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chiefie: Not sure if anyone of you come across this recently. From what I read, this is a "thumb down" to those who are hoping to see HDTV in NZ in 2007....

No worries...  It will give me time to get a new house built which actually has room for a decent-sized HDTV. Money mouth Also, they are bound to be cheaper by then...

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  Reply # 50476 31-Oct-2006 15:17
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But that can't be true. While in an unnamed appliance store last week looking at new big screen TV's for myself I was assured that Freeview will be transmitting in HD when it's launched next year and that Sky will be transmitting all their channels in HD at the same time. The dweeb was insistant even when I told him he was wrong.

I certainly won't be buying my TV from that store, the idiot doesn't deserve the commission.


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