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  # 1015614 30-Mar-2014 19:45
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JimmyH: Same in Wellington. Re-scan on terrestrial and found nothing.


Been on for a few days( and is still on Fithzerbert)

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  # 1015810 31-Mar-2014 09:14
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Shindig: If they show all the cricket going, i'd be game!

 

I think you'll get that on Sommet.




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  # 1015829 31-Mar-2014 09:50
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hdinsider:
Zippity: Where is the new channel?

Nothing on Sky or Freeview.

I am in Wellington.

Are you on Freeview satellite? It's not on satellite only UHF.
If you are on UHF, have you tried a retune?



The retune did the trick.

Thanks

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  # 1015889 31-Mar-2014 11:10
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why bother ?

it's in fatvision and sub-vhs quality.

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  # 1015901 31-Mar-2014 11:33
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ilovemusic: why bother ?

it's in fatvision and sub-vhs quality.


I emailed them this morning on both these matters (aspect ratio and picture/sound quality); pointed out that if they want people to watch their channel gettings these basics sorted is a must. (That said, given the quality of many dodgy Bollywood DVDs - often with up to four three-hour movies on them - some viewers of this material may be happy with this!) Will post back if I get a response.

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  # 1015904 31-Mar-2014 11:36
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When Sommett and Choice were in their testing phase the picture quality was terrible as well.




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  # 1015918 31-Mar-2014 11:44
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KiwiNZ: When Sommett and Choice were in their testing phase the picture quality was terrible as well.


So when do Sommet finish testing??




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