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Topic # 112798 20-Dec-2012 17:11
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Finally got around to applying the update. Can't say I notice any difference though. Anyone a bit more excited than me about this upgrade?

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  Reply # 736076 21-Dec-2012 16:12

I heard from dish that it allows people to tune in local broadcasts like hawks bay TV in the hawks bay

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  Reply # 737439 26-Dec-2012 18:14
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Duddyx5: I heard from dish that it allows people to tune in local broadcasts like hawks bay TV in the hawks bay



I have a T1050 was told that the last updates were for TV3 problems with the TV3 updated,

Still a big problem is you cant play or watch MP3'or Video with MP3 sound.

And it does not support the delayed CH recordings on TV1+1 and TV3+1


And to easy to get interference from Cell phone towers like Telecoms XT network that works at 850Mhz.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 737442 26-Dec-2012 18:26
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Zipdisk:
Duddyx5: I heard from dish that it allows people to tune in local broadcasts like hawks bay TV in the hawks bay



I have a T1050 was told that the last updates were for TV3 problems with the TV3 updated,

Still a big problem is you cant play or watch MP3'or Video with MP3 sound.

And it does not support the delayed CH recordings on TV1+1 and TV3+1


And to easy to get interference from Cell phone towers like Telecoms XT network that works at 850Mhz.


My T1050 records from the +1 channels ok. If I try to book something on -say 3 and I have a clash it happily will record from the +1 channel.

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  Reply # 737663 27-Dec-2012 12:19
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Cloudy:
Zipdisk:
Duddyx5: I heard from dish that it allows people to tune in local broadcasts like hawks bay TV in the hawks bay



I have a T1050 was told that the last updates were for TV3 problems with the TV3 updated,

Still a big problem is you cant play or watch MP3'or Video with MP3 sound.

And it does not support the delayed CH recordings on TV1+1 and TV3+1


And to easy to get interference from Cell phone towers like Telecoms XT network that works at 850Mhz.


My T1050 records from the +1 channels ok. If I try to book something on -say 3 and I have a clash it happily will record from the +1 channel.



If you try to the EPG the New at 6.05  it only records the news from that time until 7 pm, this is from a UPG setting, what its meant to do is the flag that recording to the delayed channel so it records from 7pm to 8pm.

My Panasonic does this, and I did get a lot of feed back how it should work from the Technical Manager at Freeview

DishTV  stated that they will not fix it so it works like the Panasonic.


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  Reply # 737681 27-Dec-2012 13:16
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Zipdisk:
Cloudy:
Zipdisk:
Duddyx5: I heard from dish that it allows people to tune in local broadcasts like hawks bay TV in the hawks bay



I have a T1050 was told that the last updates were for TV3 problems with the TV3 updated,

Still a big problem is you cant play or watch MP3'or Video with MP3 sound.

And it does not support the delayed CH recordings on TV1+1 and TV3+1


And to easy to get interference from Cell phone towers like Telecoms XT network that works at 850Mhz.


My T1050 records from the +1 channels ok. If I try to book something on -say 3 and I have a clash it happily will record from the +1 channel.



If you try to the EPG the New at 6.05  it only records the news from that time until 7 pm, this is from a UPG setting, what its meant to do is the flag that recording to the delayed channel so it records from 7pm to 8pm.

My Panasonic does this, and I did get a lot of feed back how it should work from the Technical Manager at Freeview

DishTV  stated that they will not fix it so it works like the Panasonic.



Ah, ok, I see what you mean. Never run across that particular instance yet.

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  Reply # 740823 7-Jan-2013 07:09
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yeah we have run into this all the time - and for us, it is probably one of the most frustrating things about the unit :(

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