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Topic # 123234 29-Jun-2013 22:07
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Is anyone else having this issue? I've had it off an on for a while now.

Anything above 360p is unwatchable, no matter the channel. Be it a MLG channel or an unknown. 

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  Reply # 847284 29-Jun-2013 23:39
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Tried on Snap VDSL, Works fine here, I just went and clicked on some random live channels on their homepage and 720p does work here.

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  Reply # 847287 29-Jun-2013 23:48
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fine for me, i stream about 80% of the time im home.. never misses a beat at 1080/720.. depending on whats available..

on vdsl though too.. ild bet some sort of congestion on your side..




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  Reply # 847384 30-Jun-2013 14:14
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I'm on normal DSL. I'm the only person using the line, even if it's the only thing I have open the same thing occurs.

Right now even on 360p it's unwatchable.

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  Reply # 847391 30-Jun-2013 14:44
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Snap VDSL here and have been watching Battlefield 3 live stream (720P) for the past week nearly everyday with no issues. 




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