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Topic # 127047 28-Jul-2013 13:36
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Ok am a reasonably happy mysky customer everything in one place all simple

then they don't buy the rights to the moto gp have tried various websites but struggled to get it streaming properly

Then Somett sports get it on freeview great, we have 1 tv with freeview built in so can be watched, but timing not great so would like to record and watch later.
Mysky is viewed on older pioneer tv, with panasonic with freeview in other room

Have not really followed or thought about freeview recorders as had no need.

But presume there may be more than just motogp transmitted this way so any suggestion would be helpful

thanks




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  Reply # 867407 28-Jul-2013 16:03
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You need a Freeview digital recorder (or PVR) or a STB to any old DVD recorder or VCR using Composite A/V input.

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  Reply # 867427 28-Jul-2013 16:17
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The last straw for why I finally ditched Sky. NO MotoGP. I bought a panasonic terrestrial recorder and was very pleased when Sommet sports showed up with Moto Gp available on the terrestrial service.

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