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  Reply # 205087 3-Apr-2009 10:33
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cokemaster: I had a few issues tuning TV3+1 into my Windows 7 media centre machine, but I was glad I did.
Will make things a lot easier when it comes to recording on my single DVB-T tuner.

Really I don't see the issue here. If you don't like what TV3 is doing, then don't watch it.

I guess the issue is they could have been doing something else, something better.

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  Reply # 205180 3-Apr-2009 16:35
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Athlonite: would sound like it would have been more appropriate to call it TV3-Rerun
A one hour time-delayed stream of programmes isn't really reruns in the way most people would understand.

TV3+1 has been useful for me on one occasion this week. To compare, I've watched one programme on C4 and nothing on either TVNZ6 or 7.

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  Reply # 205396 5-Apr-2009 13:03
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When I heard about the channel launch and that is was just TV3 rehashed an hour later I thought it would be a complete waste of bandwidth.

However over the last week I have used it three times.

I guess the position I am in (DVB-S set top box only and no recording device) means that it has turned out to be quite useful.

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  Reply # 205613 6-Apr-2009 18:33
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It's shown up on my EPG, but the channel itself is missing. :(

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  Reply # 205649 6-Apr-2009 21:26
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turn2you: It's shown up on my EPG, but the channel itself is missing. :(


Perhaps rescan the transponder?  i.e. 12456 H 22500

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