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Pace DTVA vs Nokia Mediamaster 9850T



 
 
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Old July 10th 03, 06:39 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Peter Crighton
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Default Pace DTVA vs Nokia Mediamaster 9850T

I have borrowed a Pace DTVA and get all but 2 of the muxes. I am
thinking of buying a second-hand Nokia Mediamaster 9850T.

Has anyone compared these two to see how their performance differs in
terms of being able to decode muxes in a marginal signal area?
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Old July 11th 03, 11:02 AM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Some bloke
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Default Pace DTVA vs Nokia Mediamaster 9850T

"Peter Crighton" wrote
I have borrowed a Pace DTVA and get all but 2 of the muxes. I am
thinking of buying a second-hand Nokia Mediamaster 9850T.


If you're having reception difficulties, try a SetPal which does better than
other boxes, certainly better than the old Nokia.


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Old July 11th 03, 05:26 PM posted to uk.tech.digital-tv
Clem Dye
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Default Pace DTVA vs Nokia Mediamaster 9850T

Some bloke wrote:
"Peter Crighton" wrote

I have borrowed a Pace DTVA and get all but 2 of the muxes. I am
thinking of buying a second-hand Nokia Mediamaster 9850T.



If you're having reception difficulties, try a SetPal which does better than
other boxes, certainly better than the old Nokia.



Yeah, true. The Nokia 8950T does like a good signal. Not the best for
fringe reception.


Clem

 




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