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Topic # 210202 17-Mar-2017 17:22
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Hi All

 

can anyone verify or who has had experience if both these brands satellite tuner will do dvb s2 hd as it would save the hassel off an extra box so i can get nhk freeview  ,i have had a play around with the satellite menu on a 32 samsung which allows you to enter different satellite but i was in the shop so unable to confirm if it will do hd via satellite ,also the spec sheet is not very helpfull,hope someone can help thanks


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  Reply # 1742892 17-Mar-2017 18:49
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According to there website it does, but If no one replies the weekend I'll test on sunday using my 40K5500 on is9 satellite.




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  Reply # 1742893 17-Mar-2017 18:51
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Many thanks


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1743822 19-Mar-2017 14:34
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Can confirm it's picking up a S2 signal off IS19. A15K-1 which is the new name for Ch9 Aus L-Bird that was on D1.

 

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Reply # 1743833 19-Mar-2017 14:59
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Thanks very much for your time ,cant do this in the shop thanks againsmile


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