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Topic # 84356 29-May-2011 11:21
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at 0630 this morning (Sunday May29th). Admittedly on SBS.

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  Reply # 475373 29-May-2011 11:41
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Well that's a very vague statement you've made. Do you mean the quality of the signal, the quality of the programming or something else?

Only thing I miss from DVB-S is SBS (must get my DVB-S satellite box back) but that was for the range of programs.

Picture and sound quality on the other hand DVB-T would be the clear winner. (Excuse the bad pun).



 



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  Reply # 475383 29-May-2011 11:56
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Naw pal. Satellite was, well, messimerizing.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 475594 29-May-2011 22:03
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one of the SBS channels on sat is in HD, the other SBS chans and the freeview channels are all SD and nowhere near as good as the main terrestrial freeview channels - 1/2/3




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  Reply # 475647 30-May-2011 08:18
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Must be talking about analog terrestrial




 

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  Reply # 475651 30-May-2011 08:35
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No way is satellite better than Digital Terrestrial.
You must be comparing to Analogue Terrestrial (Apples and Oranges?).



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  Reply # 475672 30-May-2011 09:37
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Eh ... the clue is in the word messimerizing

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  Reply # 475726 30-May-2011 13:00
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He,s taking the **ss talking about Barca.
See pal ah know whit yer oan aboot ;-)

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