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  Reply # 493482 14-Jul-2011 19:11
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for who may want to know, im picking up tv 2 and tv one in taranaki on freeview hd, mint quality, beats satellite lol, all other channels are there in the epg but arnt working.. 

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Reply # 493512 14-Jul-2011 20:53
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awesome i cant wait to get my fvhd box back from repairs.
GO TH NAKI

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  Reply # 493527 14-Jul-2011 21:59
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All Taranaki channels working on my TViX media player/DTT Tuner. Been watching Four most of the evening tonight.

Allen. 

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  Reply # 496592 22-Jul-2011 11:14
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im in taranaki i can pick up tv33 clearly , there's a channel named tvCentral but its just tv33?
i can also get all the channels im supposed to.

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  Reply # 499609 29-Jul-2011 22:21
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Anyone picking up new channels in Rotorua? used to get 11 but MC7 just found 21 all of which don't have any signal except the original 11 channels.

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  Reply # 499652 30-Jul-2011 08:42
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Trunks2: Anyone picking up new channels in Rotorua? used to get 11 but MC7 just found 21 all of which don't have any signal except the original 11 channels.


The channel scan on my media centre PC in New Plymouth when it came on air a couple of weeks ago  also picked up two Rotorua channels "TV Rotorua" & "Info-Rotorua". Black screen & now/next showing "Nature & Science"/"Minimash" on EPG here for TV Rotorua but "Service unavailable" for Info Rotorua. I guess these channels aren't supposed to load in Taranaki and on a "Freeview certified" reciever probably don't 

Allen. 

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  Reply # 502476 5-Aug-2011 16:28
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Is anyone in Rotorua having trouble keeping their channels? I have to re-tune my PC every few days as the channels get messed up?

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  Reply # 509652 21-Aug-2011 17:42
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http://freeviewnz.tv/tv_channels_and_listings/channels

They now list the areas that get Stratos, Parliament, etc and due to the BS surrounding licenses with JDA contracted regions it looks like they won't get any channels above Trackside, for now anyway.

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  Reply # 509667 21-Aug-2011 19:00
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So do the other areas just have 2 mux's or something to miss out on all the "awesome" content on the kordia mux? Or is there a third one with only prime and trackside running on it?




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  Reply # 509685 21-Aug-2011 20:21

The Kordia sites transmit the Kordia mux. Kordia charge channels to join their mux.

The JDA sites have a locally generated JDA mux that can add local/national channels.  JDA charge channels for this too.

Some channels wouldn't see value in paying for both so that explains the area/channel variations.




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