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  Reply # 155214 8-Aug-2008 14:36
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Expect most TV1 Olympics coverage to be HD.
Sports Extra channel Olympics coverage will only ever standard resolution (SD).
This essentially makes the terrestrial and satellite sports extra channel the same type of quality.

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  Reply # 155658 10-Aug-2008 18:52
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Am currently in Oz.

Can someone tell me if these boxes for the HD terrestrial service have an RF Out. Needed as I still have an RF distributed system for supplying TV in the bedrooms.



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  Reply # 155668 10-Aug-2008 19:25
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I think the RF is a bypass to TV but the Freeview signals are still through Compositve, S-Video, Component and HDMI.




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