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  1. Rob Says:

    At least its something, i enjoy the pawn shows sometimes so it’s something…

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  2. Neil Says:

    This channel is also taking a show or two from Dave so a bit of a bonus for those moaning about the lack of Dave on the platform.

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  3. mike65 Says:

    Another channel of USA reality crapola! (Whoops loudly and lets out a belch)

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  4. Michael Says:

    Neil said:
    This channel is also taking a show or two from Dave so a bit of a bonus for those moaning about the lack of Dave on the platform.

    There’s also the odd show from CBS too.

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  5. Neil Says:

    mike65 said:
    Another channel of USA reality crapola! (Whoops loudly and lets out a belch)

    Isn’t most non-PSB TV full of this. Look at ITV2, E4 and C5 to name a few channels closest to mainstream PSB’s. For me, I welcome the extra choice the channel offers the platform but appreciate it’s not to everyone’s taste.

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  6. James Blair Says:

    Neil, don’t understand you there. C5, E4 and ITV2 are PSBs

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  7. Neil Says:

    James Blair said:
    Neil, don’t understand you there. C5, E4 and ITV2 are PSBs

    Yes, my mistake that C5 is but ITV2 and E4 do not fall under PSB remit, despite being owned by one!

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  8. Rob Says:

    One thing i really don’t understand is.. why do new channels launch in SD format? this trutv channel is obviously an entertainment channel so you know down the line they will have to get a HD channel…. its 2014, nobody should be launching in sd only anymore.

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  9. Neil Says:

    James Blair said:
    Neil, don’t understand you there. C5, E4 and ITV2 are PSBs

    C5 is indeed a PSB (my mistake there), but ITV’s 2-4, E4, More4 and both 5* and 5USA – all which show a fair bit of imported US content, especially E4, do not fall under PSB status, even though they are owned by the commercial PSB’s.

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  10. Dave W Says:

    Rob said:
    One thing i really don’t understand is.. why do new channels launch in SD format? this trutv channel is obviously an entertainment channel so you know down the line they will have to get a HD channel…. its 2014, nobody should be launching in sd only anymore.

    Cost?

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  11. Neil Says:

    Dave W said: Cost?

    There could be a Tru TV HD in the offering but don’t know how much native content they actually show, not seen a lot of it!

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  12. miffo Says:

    Admin. I have found the lowest ever price for the Freetime 1TB box, which you may like to post on the right. It is from tribaluk.com and is currently £197.99 delivered. Until the end of August, the code ‘savenow3′ can be used making it £192.05 with free delivery. A possible 3.15% topcashback too. Amazons current price is £204 so now sub £200 for the 1TB box. http://www.tribaluk.com/product/humax-hdr1000s-1tb

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  13. admin Says:

    miffo, great price, only two problems, tribaluk don’t offer any commission for purchases made through links on here and cashback sites render any attempts by us to fund the site through commission useless. However, this price will become ‘the norm’ in the next few weeks as retailers clear existing stock and buy at Humax’s new trade price. Some (like Satbuyer) have already dropped £10 on each model (HDR) but expect another ~£10 off soon.

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  14. Michael Says:

    What an arse, the EPG info on Freesat is showing an hour behind for Tru TV :(
    The Freesat app is also showing the same.
    I’ve got Conan set to record, but don’t look like that’s gonna happen considering the EPG says it’s on at midnight rather than 23:00.
    Checked on Freeview and that’s correct.

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  15. Neil Says:

    Michael said:
    What an arse, the EPG info on Freesat is showing an hour behind for Tru TV
    The Freesat app is also showing the same.
    I’ve got Conan set to record, but don’t look like that’s gonna happen considering the EPG says it’s on at midnight rather than 23:00.
    Checked on Freeview and that’s correct.

    It seems to have been sorted now, certainly when I checked briefly at midday the EPG matched the actual times of what was now being broadcast.

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  16. Dave Says:

    Hi admin don’t know if you have seen freesat are in talks with Netflix and Amazon
    But the link suggests netflix say freesat don’t have enough customers yet ? But I think if netflix comes on board I would sign up to netflix so then there’s another customer for them :-) hope this makes sence …

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  17. Neil Says:

    Dave said:
    Hi admin don’t know if you have seen freesat are in talks with Netflix and Amazon
    But the link suggests netflix say freesat don’t have enough customers yet ? But I think if netflix comes on board I would sign up to netflix so then there’s another customer for them hope this makessence …

    I read this too and am somewhat bemused as to why Netflix/Amazon would look at a platform and turn down inclusion/carriage just because they don’t have a high level of penetration. Lets assume Freetime STB’s are in 300k homes (a reasonable estimation Admin?) then as these homes are non-pay TV and may want to dip their toes in the water then surely it’s in Netflix and Amazon’s favour? Freetime is now in Panny’s new 2014 TV range too so there’s growth in that.

    I can see Freesat expanding Freetime to be a sub-separate product and hope it provides them good growth and brand awareness. There’s a rumour it may feature in the new Freeview Connect product which would give massive exposure and we’d then most likely see some big investment.

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  18. RichardC Says:

    “I read this too and am somewhat bemused as to why Netflix/Amazon would look at a platform and turn down inclusion/carriage just because they don’t have a high level of penetration.”
    Obviously a very poor excuse since Netflix provide 4K streaming for the handful of people who have fast enough broadband and a 4K tv/monitor. It could be that they want paying to have their app on Freetime boxes and tv’s.

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  19. RichardC Says:

    As to TruTv awful shows with poor picture quality. Should rename themselves TrulyAwful Tv. Might have been ok 10yrs ago when 19″ 625 line tv was the norm but not now.

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  20. Dave Says:

    Personally I like container wars :-)
    And about netflix or amazon coming to freesat I cannot wait
    If they read there’s pages I’ll sign up to them so will others I recon

    And new channels joining every year so it can only get bigger
    I think I have give up asking some channels lol :-)

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  21. mike65 Says:

    RichardC said:
    As to TruTv awful shows with poor picture quality. Should rename themselves TrulyAwful Tv. Might have been ok 10yrs ago when 19″ 625 line tv was the norm but not now.

    Its just the kind of channel that gives FTA a bad name. I boggle at the amount of this stuff out there.

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  22. Neil Says:

    mike65 said: Its just the kind of channel that gives FTA a bad name. I boggle at the amount of this stuff out there.

    I was watching a bit of it the other day and agree to some extent that it’s full of what I’d describe as cheap reality American stuff. I suppose there might be the odd thing or two I’ll watch if surfing past the channel but that’s about it – I won’t hold my breath! I’ve not seen Conan yet which is their flagship programme on a weekday evening.

    In terms of giving FTA TV a bad name, there’s plenty of equivalent channels on pay platforms showing this same type of stuff, or a derivative of. Lifetime, TLC, E! Entertainment – all show much of the same cheap imported American stuff – just glad I don’t have to pay for this otherwise I would feel robbed!

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  23. Michael Says:

    Here’s a question for Admin if you know at all or if you could find out.
    What’s the score with G1 boxes and BBCiPlayer seeing as older versions of BBCiPlayer are closing in Sepetember? Are G1 boxes amongst those other devices affected?
    http://iplayerhelp.external.bbc.co.uk/tv/connected/closing_version2_iPlayer

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  24. admin Says:

    Michael said:
    Here’s a question for Admin if you know at all or if you could find out.
    What’s the score with G1 boxes and BBCiPlayer seeing as older versions of BBCiPlayer are closing in Sepetember? Are G1 boxes amongst those other devices affected?
    http://iplayerhelp.external.bbc.co.uk/tv/connected/closing_version2_iPlayer

    At this stage I do not know, but assuming the later version of iPlayer requires the improved technology of the new boxes, it doesn’t look good for continued support. Only Freesat would be able to confirm (or BBC).

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  25. Michael Says:

    admin said: At this stage I do not know, but assuming the later version of iPlayer requires the improved technology of the new boxes, it doesn’t look good for continued support. Only Freesat would be able to confirm (or BBC).

    That was quick, asked Freesat and got a reply and it looks to be good news for G1 owners. (at least for now anyway)

    “Hi Michael, I’ve double checked and this won’t affect any of our boxes, this is the older HTML player, which none of our boxes use.”

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  26. Neil Says:

    I can’t see Freesat or the BBC canning iPlayer on the G1 STB’s and TV’s, isn’t this only affecting web HTML versions of iPlayer??

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  27. chris Says:

    When is try TV coming to virgin large box? And are there any more chanals coming soon?

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  28. admin Says:

    chris said:
    When is try TV coming to virgin large box? And are there any more chanals coming soon?

    No idea sorry, this is a FREESAT website. You might need to ask TruTV themselves or Virgin.

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  29. chris Says:

    When is tru TV coming to virgin TiVo box

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  30. Dave Says:

    chris said:
    When is tru TV coming to virgin TiVo box

    This is not virgin site so go to them , and its a rubbish tv service anyway they charge for channels that are free on freeview and freesat ?

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  31. JamesB Says:

    I’m glad freesat has this channel, the content is another!

    For clarification: Virgin media offer a lower tear package for TV ‘M’ which isn’t charged and basically has most of the freeview channels (I believe as they were involved in the digital switchover, they were bound to offer a freeview equivalent at no cost). They do not promote this package (which does come with recording unlike sky).

    It is interesting to note, although VM offer most of the freeview channels, they do not offer all the freesat channels! The Sony, CBS and CS channels are missing.

    So freesat wins

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  32. Neil Says:

    I thought TruTV was available on VM – hence their strapline “available everywhere”? Don’t know anyone who has it so can’t check!!

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  33. Robert Says:

    Great Only good show is Conan. We need a sport channel and Freesat are in talks with Netflix. http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-entertainment/1400954/freesat-in-talks-with-netflix-amazon

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  34. James Blair Says:

    It isn’t yet on VM! I doubt it will be available without a subscription, that could be the stumbling block for VM to make it pay and the channel want to be free

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  35. JamesB Says:

    The netflix and amazon news is good. But probably won’t happen soon. Any player will need to be engineered to freest specifications, which does take some time. Also the other primary issue for netflix is the numbers would not make it economically viable. Although freest reach is 2 million(?) how many of these are freetime boxes? Perhaps 75 thousand.
    Virgin Media paid netflix to go on their tivo platform. With the vast amount of r & d already done in the US.
    Likewise the tv manufacturers will pay a nominal fee so their smart TV carries netflix or amazon app.
    Sadly the cards are stacked against us!

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  36. Neil Says:

    James Blair said:
    It isn’t yet on VM! I doubt it will be available without a subscription, that could be the stumbling block for VM to make it pay and the channel want to be free

    Wasn’t aware of that. I suppose you could argue every channel on VM is subscription based whether free or not as you need to pay them to get the physical service of a STB and feed delivered to your property. This is DCAB’s biggest letdown whereas every other ‘over air’ based platform gives access to services at no cost (Sky’s then obviously has subscription services as a ‘layer’ on top of this).

    As for Netflix, I wonder if Curzon paid to be on Freesat’s platform and associated R&D or Freesat contributed to this? If so then surely can’t the HTML5 metadata, now developed, be tweaked with a different front-end for Netflix and Amazon Lovefilm etc? It may not quite work that way? If Freeview-Connect adopt Freetime then this will be a massive boost and I can see all sorts of online players joining the party, even NOW TV which would be interesting!

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  37. Dave W Says:

    JamesB said:
    The netflix and amazon news is good. But probably won’t happen soon. Any player will need to be engineered to freest specifications, which does take some time.

    Netflix and Amazon already have HTML 5 clients so development effort should be minimal (mostly just integration). That’s where Freesat reap the rewards from building HTML 5 support into freetime. What will take the time is agreeing terms etc.

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  38. Dave W Says:

    Neil said: As for Netflix, I wonder if Curzon paid to be on Freesat’s platform and associated R&D or Freesat contributed to this? If so then surely can’t the HTML5 metadata, now developed, be tweaked with a different front-end for Netflix and Amazon Lovefilm etc? It may not quite work that way

    HTML 5 is a language that freetime app front-ends can be written in. The metadata (comprising the titles, synopses, episode numbers etc.) is retrieved from the provider and displayed by the app UI. It’s structure and format will be provider specific.

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  39. Neil Says:

    Dave W said: HTML 5 is a language that freetime app front-ends can be written in. The metadata (comprising the titles, synopses, episode numbers etc.) is retrieved from the provider and displayed by the app UI. It’s structure and format will be provider specific.

    Cheers Dave, wasn’t aware of that.

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  40. Neil Says:

    Admin: you need to add Inspiration TV back to 690 in your channel list as it’s reappeared on the platform now.

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  41. RichardC Says:

    Neil said:
    Admin: you need to add Inspiration TV back to 690 in your channel list as it’s reappeared on the platform now.

    Also BBC2 HD is on 109 in Scotland not 102.

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  42. Kyle Says:

    Hi, in terms of the Humax Foxsat box, is iplayer support going to be finished in September?

    Thanks
    K.

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  43. Kyle Says:

    Edit, just checked the website, looks like it will still work.

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  44. Neil Says:

    Kyle said:
    Edit, just checked the website, looks like it will still work.

    Yep, will continue to work fine, the BBC have made this clear on their website. I thought my Panny TV’s iPlayer may be living on borrowed time but fortunately it appears not!!

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  45. Dave Says:

    Hi admin
    I see 2 channels have left freesat :-( ano there only shopping channels and I’m not bothered about them it’s just channels leaving I presume it’s less money for freesat ? . Correct me of I’m wrong .

    Also not sure if its even possible ? But could a catch up service come on freesat ? The one with quest tv on it or isn’t it allowed cos quest would technically be on freesat then ?

    Thanks guys

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  46. Neil Says:

    Dave said:
    Hi admin
    I see 2 channels have left freesat ano there only shopping channels and I’m not bothered about them it’s just channels leaving I presume it’s less money for freesat ? . Correct me of I’m wrong .
    Also not sure if its even possible ? But could a catch up service come on freesat ? The one with quest tv on it or isn’t it allowed cos quest would technically be on freesat then ?
    Thanks guys

    One was Active TV Dave so only one shopping channel. Whilst it could be just that they’ve left the platform out of their own choice its also sometimes a hint that they are closing in the future and have not renewed Freesat carriage if this comes prior to that of Sky, or looking for a buyer of the Sky EPG slot.

    Freesat will make this back with future channel launches.

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  47. Neil Says:

    Looking at The Active Channel’s website and notice that they are still promoting Freesat inclusion, also both TV Warehouse+ and The Active Channel are listed on Freesat’s site channel list. Seems strange considering they’ve been removed, unless this is only a temporary decision? Maybe they’ve fallen foul on their Invoices!

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  48. a. nony mouse Says:

    I think it is time we all campained Humax to finally release the rest of the 100’s of apps to be available on their tv portal. It is really annoying that all their other boxes sold in other countries get the full selection of apps, and we get a boring choice of only 10. Its been 16 months since they released a few apps. email uksupport@humax-digital.co.uk and register your interest.

    I particularly would like the internet radio app that is available on other humax boxes.

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  49. a. nony mouse Says:

    re: Improving the freetime user interface post from January, besides the canned statement that you got thanking us for the list of improvements, 6 months on, are we ever going to see any of them? they promised to get back to us with an update.

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  50. Keith Says:

    I have noticed today that TruTV+1 is about to hit along with CBS Action. Does anyone know when these 2 channels start broadcasting?

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  51. Keith Says:

    Sorry.Just realised that this on freeview, not freesat. Not had a good day.

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  52. Neil Says:

    Keith said:
    Sorry.Just realised that this on freeview, not freesat. Not had a good day.

    I reckon TruTV+1 will appear on all platforms as per TruTV. We’ve already got CBS Action.

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  53. RichardC Says:

    a. nony mouse said:
    re: Improving the freetime user interface post from January, besides the canned statement that you got thanking us for the list of improvements, 6 months on, are we ever going to see any of them? they promised to get back to us with an update.

    Well we got the HD category as many people requested.

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  54. a. nony mouse Says:

    RichardC said: Well we got the HD category as many people requested.

    They already had that planned several months before.

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  55. Dave Says:

    I see freeview are getting plenty new channels and I know we have them already it’s just a Shame we don’t have some of there channels :-)

    Also just seen today that quest is now on demand on there website :-)
    Really good if you only have freesat ….

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  56. Daviduk Says:

    Why do I keep getting the notice re the update for August 4th. I’ve had this at least four times.

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  57. admin Says:

    Daviduk said:
    Why do I keep getting the notice re the update for August 4th. I’ve had this at least four times.

    Notice?

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  58. chris Says:

    When are there any new channels coming to digital tvs

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  59. Patricia Boothman Says:

    I have a Humax Freesat Box on my 42 inch tv my other two smaller sets were retuned yesterday Sept3 I can’t seem to retune my box and never got an onscreen message saying to do it. How do I know if it needs doing, I don’t seem to have lost any tv channels. I am 66 years old and technology has passed me by. Please help

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  60. Russ Says:

    It is only Freeview and youview that needs retuning. Freesat is unaffected by the channel changes.

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  61. fatbloke Says:

    Just re-tuned my freeview HD tv and there’s quite a few new channels including HD. There’s more HD channels on freeview now than on Freesat! I thought it was supposed to be the other way round as time went on! Freeview has now gone past what Freesat can offer which is most disappointing. Next time I need a new box I will definitely be returning to Freeview. If Freesat don’t do something soon I really don’t see how they can survive. It’s been good the last four or five years better than Freeview that’s why I changed, but not anymore. For me Freesat looks like it’s gone!

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  62. RichardC Says:

    Got reception problems with Freeview HD (picture break up) so sticking with Freesat HD.

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  63. stonedimmaculate62 Says:

    I don’t watch Freeview at all as a rule, but just bought a new full HD tv with FV HD. I had a peek at the Freeview HD and I’m afraid it lack’s superior HD quality compared to Freesat HD. So will stick with FS.

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  64. truck Says:

    Bloody hell just checked my TV’s freeview hd, where did all those channels come from? It’s now got BBC four HD and BBC news HD at last, but it’s also got 4seven HD, Al jazeera HD, Community HD, and even Channel 4+1 HD. The picture quality’s at least as good as my Humax HDR. I’m with Fatbloke, if this is the same when I need my next recorder I’m also going back to freeview, why wouldn’t I. Oh dear, what happened to freesat?

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  65. Neil Says:

    stonedimmaculate62 said:
    I don’t watch Freeview at all as a rule, but just bought a new full HD tv with FV HD. I had a peek at the Freeview HD and I’m afraidit lack’s superior HD quality compared to Freesat HD. So will stick with FS.

    There you go… quality over quantity, Freesat wins hands down on that :)

    Don’t count Community Channel HD as a HD channel on DTT (Freeview), it’s 24/7 SD upscaled so totally pointless if you want my opinion!

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  66. fatbloke Says:

    Agree, would never watch community anyway, but also agree with truck the freeview HD picture on my Samsung is every bit as good as my freesat HD. I’m also sure from what I’ve seen and heard, is that the latest freeview HD recorder from Humax will be every bit as good as my foxsat HDR.

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  67. stonedimmaculate62 Says:

    Thing is, down the line Freeview will struggle for space for more HD channels, not so for Freesat. One question, are some of those channels on Freewiew from Sky, if so, are Sky paying the BBC lots of lolly to slow down the process introducing more channels to Freesat.

    And I don’t mean those Dave, Quest, UKTV or others . Has I’m confident more HD will come to Freesat sooner or later.

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  68. stonedimmaculate62 Says:

    All good things comes to all those who wait. And all the best things in life are for free.

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  69. Dave W Says:

    stonedimmaculate62 said:
    Thing is, down the line Freeview will struggle for space for more HD channels, not so for Freesat.

    That’s what I thought a few years ago but with space being freed up elsewhere and without the platform competition from Sky, Freeview seem to have a better selection of channels now.

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  70. Neil Says:

    Well folks, it seems 5*+1 is making a return as there’s a new label on the Ch5 TP (10.964H) showing 5*+1, also labelled 5*+1 FSAT so could be exclusive to the platform for a while.

    Nothing great to write home about but it is nice to see Channel 5 paying the platform a bit of respect after all these years of denying us 5HD!

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  71. RichardC Says:

    Ofcom could auction DTT spectrum off as early as 2016. The mobile phone companies want the 700mhz band currently used by DTT and they may not stop there.

    http://www.digitaltveurope.net/186522/ofcom-could-auction-dtt-spectrum-off-as-early-as-2016/

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  72. Dave Says:

    Hi dose this mean less freeview channels ? And will most channels on freeview go Internet based ?
    Cos ano it doesn’t effect freesat so I presume they can get many more channels on .

    Any news yet about netflix or amazon

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  73. Derek Says:

    Richard C at post 62 – If your break up of Freeview HD is a Channel 33 multiplex (e.g. BBC News HD) you might be getting interference from 4G telephones.

    This can (in theory) be filtered, but the filters do not seem to be very effective.

    Freesat quality remains much better.

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  74. RichardC Says:

    Derek said:
    Richard C at post 62 – If your break up of Freeview HD is a Channel 33 multiplex (e.g. BBC News HD) you might be getting interference from 4G telephones.
    This can (in theory) be filtered, but the filters do not seem to be very effective.
    Freesat quality remains much better.

    Derek
    It’s all the HD channels. SD is ok. Signal strength only 56 so could it be that?
    72 Dave I’m not sure what it means. Youview (TalkTalk) already has over 60 internet based channels mostly Sky pay so who knows what Freeview will do in the future.

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  75. Derek Says:

    Apologies for being slightly off topic. Richard, not sure where you are located, but not all the multiplexes operate at the same power, so (in some reception areas) some channels may break up.

    There are a number of websites where you can insert your postcode, and you can see an estimate of those channels that you should be able to receive. This varies widely across the country.

    This is, of course, another reason to use Freesat instead. However, in my case I get break up on ITV Freesat Ch 119, which I cannot seem to resolve [Insert sigh].

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  76. Dave Says:

    I notice nothing since 4 august ? Nothing new on freesat I presume admin ?
    :-((

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  77. Rose Says:

    I have lost pause/rewind live tv. Is that something to do with the update?

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  78. Anthony Says:

    stonedimmaculate62 said:
    Thing is, down the line Freeview will struggle for space for more HD channels, not so for Freesat. One question, are some of those channels on Freewiew from Sky, if so, are Sky paying the BBC lots of lolly to slow down the process introducing more channels to Freesat.
    And I don’t mean those Dave, Quest, UKTV or others . Has I’m confident more HD will come to Freesat sooner or later.

    One of the Freeview HD multiplexes in the lower channel numbers (COM7) that carry extra HD services on the main high power transmitting stations is transmitted at much lower power than the smaller capacity (COM8) HD multiplex in the higher channel numbers transmitted at high power;therefore only 70% of viewers can get COM7 (this is HIGHLY dependent on the condition of the aerial and cabling and positioning of the aerial on the roof used to get it as it is slightly more difficult to receive), while 30% of viewers with old ageing aerial systems or knackered old aerials i.e. bent twisted distorted or wobbly don’t get this extra multiplex at all.

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  79. RichardC Says:

    Derek said:
    Apologies for being slightly off topic.Richard, not sure where you are located, but not all the multiplexes operate at the same power, so (in some reception areas) some channels may break up.
    There are a number of websites where you can insert your postcode, and you can see an estimate of those channels that you should be able to receive.This varies widely across the country.
    This is, of course, another reason to use Freesat instead.However, in my case I get break up on ITV Freesat Ch 119, which I cannot seem to resolve [Insert sigh].

    Mid Fife -Craigkelly TX \got a new booster from a well know diy warehouse and all is well.

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  80. RichardC Says:

    Irish music coming to Bonanza Channel soon. Meanwhile it was also confirmed that the channel will be distributed on Freesat channel 157 from 13th October 2014. Also ITV Be coming on the 8th from 7pm on 118.

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  81. Neil Says:

    RichardC said:
    Irish music coming to Bonanza Channel soon. Meanwhile it was also confirmed that the channel will be distributed on Freesat channel 157 from 13th October 2014. Also ITV Be coming on the 8th from 7pm on 118.

    Looks like they’ll be moving ITV4+1 then up the EPG then, pity they’ll be upsetting the uniformity of channels and their +1’s adjacent to each other. Guess it couldn’t last for ever as things swap and change over time.

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  82. David Pugh Says:

    Could you make the following channels full screen instead of half screen please?
    More >Movies and +1
    CBS Reality and +1
    True Entertainment
    True Drama
    True Movies 1 and 2
    CBS Drama
    CBS Action

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