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# 20559 30-Mar-2008 18:50
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Hi There, Just a couple of comparison screenshots for those who havent got DVB-T running yet (or access to it). Thought i would post this seeing as how it is excatly what i wanted to see a week ago :) You can really see the difference in the amount of detail.

DVB-S via Windows Media Centre 2005:

DVB-S

DVB-T via DVBViewer and Vista:

DVB-T

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  # 119732 30-Mar-2008 20:19
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Cheers Greminn - usefull comparison. Now I'm not sure whether to stick with Sat or change to uhf.......
Part of me would like the updated detail, but then I've got to remember that it's still just TV and isn't going to change the quality of the content at all!Wink


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  # 119733 30-Mar-2008 20:21
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That certainly shows how great the 576i -> 1080i upscaling works with good high bitrate content!

 
 
 
 




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  # 119737 30-Mar-2008 20:28
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Ahh yes - forgot that this is only starndard def content. Roll on Boston Legal!!!

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