Sky 3D Broadcast Testing

margetti

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7788582.stm

If anyone is lucky enough to be going to the CES in Las Vegas next year, let us know what the proto-type sets are like!

 
 

Alsone

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Could this be a rushed out response to threat of Freesat?

They seem to be losing a lot of customers on the moment.
 
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subs will be goin up then. even more expensive, i would not give murdoch a penny even if it was the last tv program on earth
 

Alsone

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bobbys:subs will be goin up then. even more expensive, i would not give murdoch a penny even if it was the last tv program on earth

I really can't see the point either. At the moment on Freesat there are more programmes than I can possibly watch!!!

You've all heard me moan on here before about analogue and he fact that I couldnt find a single programme to watch, what a difference.

What's more in the last week I've recorded and watched the following films:

Transporter 2

Close Encounters

Lucky Number Slevin

Master and Commander

True Lies

Hamburger Hill

Admittedly, I didn't think much to Master and Commander or Transporter, but they still passed an evening, and those listed are only the ones I chose to watch.

There were many big name films from the last couple of years that weren't to my taste.

Seems to be plenty of other ordinary programming thats worth watching as well. ITV red button aside, (the EPG of which seems frequently to be programmed wrongly and which screws up your recordings - I've abandonded trying to record ITV HD), I'm very happy!
 

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