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#56098 12-Jan-2010 10:39
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Looking at the Freeview Sat feeds I'd say this was not a fair claim.
Am I just being fussy?

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  #289201 12-Jan-2010 10:58
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What does "crystal clear" mean to you? To me it means nothing at all!

I assume you're only referring also to the picture quality of TVNZ channels after the recent introduction of additional TV1 feeds? There certainly aren't any picture issues with any other Freeview channels.

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  #289245 12-Jan-2010 12:18
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We've had a few comments like this before.
What gear are you using to view your freeview satellite signal on?...

 
 
 
 


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  #289250 12-Jan-2010 12:27
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webstereo:
Am I just being fussy?


IMHO, no.

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  #289698 13-Jan-2010 16:19
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I also agree, it can get pixelated with fast moving objects.

The quality of dvb-s has dropped from what it was thats for sure. They used to claim it was dvd quality which its not

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  #296239 4-Feb-2010 22:39
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TV3 & C4 are nowhere near as good as they were before TV3+1 (they're not crap, just not as good as they once were)

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  #296261 5-Feb-2010 00:23
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They are all crap at sometime or another IMO. Clarity needs 6+ megabit available to it, not the barely 4 that they do at the best of times.

Was a panning shot on the zoo that I saw at mums, the trees turned to chessboards virtually. Its really bad. Shame its free or the CGA may apply about fit for purpose.




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