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#53618 11-Dec-2009 15:18
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CH-1932 12456H

Korida test showing loop/repeat scenes and boats sea.  Says TMF in the right hand side but no sound

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  #281545 11-Dec-2009 15:31
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The Music Factory?




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  #281552 11-Dec-2009 15:53
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It's The Mauricio Freitas channel, of course!

 
 
 
 


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  #281571 11-Dec-2009 16:40
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Is that SID 1932?

If so when I try it I get a screen with the Kordia Logo and The Liggins Institute

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  #281581 11-Dec-2009 16:57
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They need to put george fm on terrestrial.

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  #281582 11-Dec-2009 16:58
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Have had the Kordia channel showing for quite sometime now on DVB-S. Also had some random Aussie channels showing up for a couple of days.


Loving SBS :-)

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  #281863 12-Dec-2009 23:17
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that channel has come and gone from time to time, seems to be nothing of note on it.

yes, SBS is great, nothing like it in NZ.

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  #281868 13-Dec-2009 00:23
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Great? All I ever see is pictures of around the world to music telling me where to buy the CD from, or a rebroadcast of some foregin news channel.

For the latter we have triangle. and I see no point in the lousy classical music to a slideshow or world images....




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  #281884 13-Dec-2009 07:31
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Love SBS, new season of Top Gear, Man VS Wild, Myth Busters to name a few.... some great movies that I've managed to catch. Great sport coverage too :-)


the quality is alot better than the "Freeview" channels... if only I had a sat receive that did HD :-(


I noticed that they're playing Man VS Wild on prime where he was stranded on an island I watched that on SBS a week or so ago ;-)

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  #281885 13-Dec-2009 08:15
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I'm wondering why the Liggens Institute would be involved in a new public freeview channel (or isn't it public?) they're all about biomedical R & D .

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  #281902 13-Dec-2009 10:06
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Liggins use the channel to broadcast lectures to schools around the country.
http://lens.auckland.ac.nz/index.php/LENScience_Senior_Biology_Seminar_Series_Home_Page

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  #281924 13-Dec-2009 12:30
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Lurch: Love SBS, new season of Top Gear, Man VS Wild, Myth Busters to name a few.... some great movies that I've managed to catch. Great sport coverage too :-)


the quality is alot better than the "Freeview" channels... if only I had a sat receive that did HD :-(


I noticed that they're playing Man VS Wild on prime where he was stranded on an island I watched that on SBS a week or so ago ;-)


You can download Top Gear in 720p in under 15 minutes from rapidshare.com. As for the quality of SBS standard definition, I think it looks like crap, especially the recorded content they play back, macroblocking paradise.




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  #281991 13-Dec-2009 19:01
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Spyware:
You can download Top Gear in 720p in under 15 minutes from rapidshare.com. As for the quality of SBS standard definition, I think it looks like crap, especially the recorded content they play back, macroblocking paradise.



To be honest you can download most TV programs / movies from the net ;-) But thats not the point here. As for quality I find it a lot better, TV2 yesterday was shocking was like watching a bad youtube video :-/ I often wonder what happened with that discussion. 


deliveryguy But anyway glad to find out what they use that channel for now :-)

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  #281993 13-Dec-2009 19:04
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is SBS available on freeview?




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  #281996 13-Dec-2009 19:08
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billgates: is SBS available on freeview?



It's not a freeview channel, but if you have the right DVB-S setup you can get the SBS channels. 

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  #282065 13-Dec-2009 23:25
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Spyware:
Lurch: Love SBS, new season of Top Gear, Man VS Wild, Myth Busters to name a few.... some great movies that I've managed to catch. Great sport coverage too :-)


the quality is alot better than the "Freeview" channels... if only I had a sat receive that did HD :-(


I noticed that they're playing Man VS Wild on prime where he was stranded on an island I watched that on SBS a week or so ago ;-)


You can download Top Gear in 720p in under 15 minutes from rapidshare.com. As for the quality of SBS standard definition, I think it looks like crap, especially the recorded content they play back, macroblocking paradise.


I'd check your equipment if the picture quality is that back. The SD version of SBS 1 generally looks better than a lot of the SD freeview channels, and the HD version looks pretty damn good on my equipment.




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