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BBC Special Report - Future of TV by [email protected]
He http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/entertainment/2006/future_of_tv/default.stm see how many errors you can spot :-) (I think 20-50Mbps for HDTV via IPTV is the worst one, but I've only skimmed through). Cheers,
November 28th 06 01:22 PM
by Zimmy Go to last post
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Better sound by Richard Tobin
I have a Panasonic DVD/HDD recorder and a JVC TV with digital tuner both of which I'm quite happy with. But I'd like better sound quality. I see that there are plenty of "home cinema" systems which provide more speakers than you can shake a stick at, and often have a DVD player built in, which I don't need. I'd just like to get reasonable stereo sound out of the TV, and be able to play CDs as...
November 28th 06 12:59 PM
by Paul D.Smith Go to last post
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On-screen interference by [email protected]
Hello Guys I've been having on-screen interference on my TV for the past couple of days. I checked that my TV and video recorder are correctly tuned to my Sky digibox, every thing seems fine. Can someone help? Cheers
November 28th 06 12:27 PM
by trojanfoe Go to last post
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Ever been asked for one of these Bill? by Graham
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/infoweb/ANT_B.JPG -- Graham. %Profound_observation%
November 28th 06 01:13 AM
by Bill Wright Go to last post
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London site screened by high building by Tony
I am trying to advise a relative whose flat is completely screened from Crystal Palace by the Euston Tower which is close by. There is no position on the roof that is not screened. I don't know what aerial is installed, but the aerial socket that is provided carries a poor quality signal from only one multiplex, and no usable analogue TV. A set top aerial gets nothing usable at all. ...
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November 28th 06 01:06 AM
by Bill Wright Go to last post
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The recent propagation conditions: a few notes by Bill Wright
We see these unusual conditions from time to time, but this was the first time that I've had the opportunity to study the results of one event at several radically different locations. On Tuesday at 2.30pm I parked the motorhome on the road from Braithwell to Ravenfield, at a point where the road is about 450 ft above sea level and there are clear views all round. Belmont is line-of-sight,...
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November 27th 06 10:46 PM
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160GB Personal Video Recorder with Freeview at Aldi by DavidM
It looks interesting, and the twin tuner is a nice touch for the money. Question is, are these devices able to record from an analogue source? There is no mention of analogue, or RF aerial in the description. I was hoping to replace the old VCR, but it would be inconvenient if it could not record programs from the Sky box as well. Anybody have experience with this device or the previous...
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November 27th 06 09:56 PM
by DavidM Go to last post
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SNR Levels by Geoff Lane
I appreciate there are a lot of factors governing digital reliability and I am curious as to certain readings on my BT badged Netgem digital set top box. I live in HA88YH and am 16 miles from Crystal Palace transmitter. I have a loft aerial going in to a Proception variable gain masthead amp. This is feeding three TVs. Reception is steady and the only problem I occasionally get is when...
November 27th 06 08:25 PM
by Geoff Lane Go to last post
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Hitachi TV by Darren Jones
I`ve got a 21inch Hitachi TV and theres a buzzing coming from it. I`ve tried tuning but nothing seems to help, any ideas? Or is it on its last legs, its a good few years old now and i`m only using it because my widescreen LG TV stopped working and a burning smell came from it last night.
November 27th 06 07:20 PM
by Darren Jones Go to last post
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Nobby? by Branston MILF
November 27th 06 03:00 PM
by Branston MILF Go to last post
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DTT,PVRs etc by mike
I've just been running a test on DTT, usung a GDB4, and decided it's not ready yet where I am. Main channels good, but still intermittent sound dropout, 4 and 5 unreliable. At present I record on a Sony HHH/DVD from analogue and Sky free to air/view, and all is well, but one day I'd like to go to DTT and use a twin tuner PVR and separate DVD recorder.
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November 27th 06 01:32 PM
by Roderick Stewart Go to last post
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Lidl twin DVB sat receiver 250 GB HDD, USB port. by Roger R
In the UK, from Thursday 30 Nov: At 199 pounds Targa brand twin tuner DVB satellite receiver with 250Gb HDD. 2 CI, EPG, USB out. see site for full details. Roger R
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November 27th 06 10:49 AM
by Mike Dyer Go to last post
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BBC2 at 12.58pm today by Yaz
There is a voluntary charity awareness program being aired today on BBC2 called Lifeline at 12.58pm it lasts 10 minutes. I would like to know if anyone can help by downloading that to their PC and/or Mobile and then forward it to someone who really deperately needs this. Can anyone help? The details about the program are...
November 27th 06 09:13 AM
by Yaz Go to last post
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Satellite freeview with Channel 4 and Five by Keith
I use a Sky+ box with the minimum subscription I can use and still get the Sky+ system to work. I would rather use a satellite based PVR system to get the freeview channels but this means that I cannot receive Channel 4 and Five. The terrestrial reception is very bad where I live so I must go for a satellite system. Is there any way that I could use a PVR system to get the freeview channels...
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November 26th 06 06:04 PM
by Brian W Go to last post
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Another use for low gain masthead amps by Bill Wright
Yesterday I arrived on site at a new megastore job, to find that the aerial location was 70 metres from the head end. The Tx is Winter Hill with muxes up at the top on 66, 67, and 68. Seventy metres of CT100 is gonna lose getting on for 14dB on ch68, and I suspected that the cable run (done by the sparks) meanders somewhat. The top three muxes were all good and healthy from the aerial at...
November 26th 06 03:55 PM
by Geoff Lane Go to last post
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Using a Spanish TDT set in the UK by [email protected]
A bad aerial means that my TDT box receives nothing in Spain, so I took it back to see what happens when it is pluggeed into the scart of a UK tv. TV channels all fine for sound and vision, but the numbering structure does not work, they are listed 1, 2, 3, etc in order of downloading. In my case Sky News comes out as the first channel.
November 26th 06 03:53 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Them little dots in the corner of the screen just before theadverts come on by Mark Carver
Edster wrote: Not many programmes have the little dots any more, but a few of them still do. Afterlife had them, for example. Is there any advantage to them any more? Are they there for the benefit of foreign transmissions, or are they just included because they always used to be there? Or is there still someone sat there waiting for the ad break who needs to push a button when the...
November 26th 06 12:18 PM
by Mark Carver Go to last post
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HD by Scott
What is the exact meaning of HD? Any differences to Full HD? Thanks, Scott
November 26th 06 10:03 AM
by Max Demian Go to last post
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Auto tuning by Scott
I have learnt that the latest TV can automatically tune in BBC1, BBC2, ... etc. Is it a special feature on specific TV or a feature from broadcaster? Thanks, Scott
November 26th 06 10:01 AM
by Max Demian Go to last post
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Splitting a TV aerial feed by Victor Delta
We live in a poor to moderate signal strength area and have a 4 output aerial amplifier in the loft. In our living room, the coax to our main family TV goes through some sort of power unit (presumably to feed the loft amp) and then on to the TV. I would like to feed another TV in an adjacent room without, if possible,
November 26th 06 08:44 AM
by Ian Jackson Go to last post
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