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# 183718 27-Oct-2015 17:05
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A re-scan notice appeared on my TV and I proceeded then the Channel 200 appeared. It is on looping for some stupid funny carton clips. Info shows it is 1080/24P.

Hope there will be new channels in HD soon?

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  # 1414952 27-Oct-2015 17:52
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It isn't freeview.

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  # 1414955 27-Oct-2015 17:58
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Auckland I assume?


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  # 1415008 27-Oct-2015 18:38
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Its Labeled Kordia TV in 1080/24p. Stereo Only.  Its commercial advertising for Kordia as a Telco  and playing the videos. Its been running for quite a while as far as I know.

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  # 1415013 27-Oct-2015 18:47
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  # 1415023 27-Oct-2015 19:05
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Yeah, I found it when I tuned in the TV without an antenna connection. Looked up what I had the modulators on and sure enough, the digital channel was ontop of my analog modulator which is probably why I had static all over the driveway camera. Since kordia have clearly proven that sticking with the legacy 25Hz because of no good reason is pointless, perhaps the other channels will wise up and move to 24P? Wishful thinking tho :(


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