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Topic # 57283 8-Feb-2010 15:34
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I just purchased a 42" LCD tv with a built in HD tuner but i cant use that


i am just wondering which will have the best quality picture on it
sky digital or freeview ?

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  Reply # 297088 8-Feb-2010 16:10
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Personally I'd say if comparing a decoder only (no a MySky/MySky HDI) Freeview satellite.

Otherwise I'd say MySky HDI (since it can do HD - TV1, 2, 3 are HD for free and I think will upscale).




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  Reply # 297154 8-Feb-2010 18:51
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FV used to be noticably better until the bitrates were reduced. When that happened I tuned into the Sky feeds for TV1 and TV2. Not sure how they compare these days, because I now watch DVB-T mostly.

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