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BBC Three Linear channel re-opens1
Will car radios have to be replaced?2
Will UKTV History and FTN eventually be available on fSfS or Freesat? They are 3
Could u please explain why there are no subtitles on most of your films terresti4
Can I pay as you go for British Europsort on my digital tv without subscribing?5
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Saturday, 21 January 2012

11:31 AM

Patricia: Your query (x2) has been answered by both Briantist and additionally by myself on your follow up question under the other heading you used, i.e: Diagnostics - Did this solve the problem

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jb38's 7,179 posts GB flag
6:01 PM
Milford Haven

I have a sky multi room dish with a four way LAN, can I use this dish to recieve a free sat signal, without having to change any thing, or will I need a new dish? I.E. can I just plug the free sat lead into the spare LAN sockets?

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ROB's 1 post EU flag
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6:27 PM

ROB: Taking it that you are meaning LNB and not LAN (a router to PC connection facility) then the answer is yes, as there is no difference between Sky or Freesat as far as dishes / LNB's are concerned.

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jb38's 7,179 posts GB flag
Sunday, 22 January 2012
7:51 PM
Isles Of Scilly

Freeview in the Isles of Scilly

Are there plans to expand the number of freeview channels available in the Islands?

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Dudley's 1 post GB flag
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8:52 PM

About to purchase a Panasonic TX-P46ST30 3D TV with Freeview HD. Need Freesat and have dish rigged up. Also need a HD recorder for viewing Freesat.Will I need a Freesat box (HUMAX) and a HUMAX FOXSAT HDR 500GB Freesat HD satellite receiver and digital TV recorder or will the FOXSAT receiver only do both jobs?

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thomas's 1 post GB flag

11:31 PM

thomas: I am a bit curious as to why you should want a Freesat recorder (PVR) when you have a Freeview HD TV, which if you receive a good Freeview signal should be suffice for your needs, a Humax Freeview Fox T2 PVR completing your set up by providing twin channel HD recording facilities.

Maybe you could clarify this point enabling further advice to be given, although if its because you reside in an area not served by Freeview then a Humax Foxsat HDR PVR would be what you require to use with a twin output dish, as you can view through the PVR whilst you record a another channel, the PVR connected to your TV via an HDMI lead.

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jb38's 7,179 posts GB flag
Monday, 23 January 2012
5:06 PM

what has happened to PSB2 or D3+4 today from Mendip ( or possibly from Backwell afterwards), the signal is around 20% now and the quality is 0%!!!

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marie's 3 posts GB flag
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7:16 PM

I have been unable to recieve digital channels clearly form yesterday afternoon, I can anly recieve BBC channels clearly. I have re scanned with no success.

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Elainew's 1 post GB flag
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