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Tv in Ireland

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by shaun1733, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. shaun1733

    shaun1733 Regular member

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    Been away for a while just wondering what is situation on tv in Ireland used to use a kriptview a 750 on a chorus arial or a star view 4 and get all channels what is the best way at present all advice welcome
     
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    Sat is the only way, loads of threads on here covering them
     
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    Well there are threads on boxs on here, Skybox f3, Hm9001 and loads more, but I would start reading if i were you as there are changes happening, not a good time to be getting into sat, if you are buy a cheap box, skybox f3 or f5
     
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    if you are going into the sat direction a must would be a motorised dish.
     
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    any recommendation where to get one cheap
     
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    What channels are available on the normal box without any work done on it that be good enough for now
     
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    all freeview channels, same as any sly box.
     
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    Where is the best place to get one
     
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    sent you a private message
     
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    get yerself a Combo box, Soarview and sat, this will give you all the irish chans + UK chans such as BBC HD, ITV HD, Chan 4 HD and lots more etc etc,

    Be weary of spending money on expensive boxs to share on or offers you will get, until you hear otherwise
     
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    been reading plenty of negative posts elsewhere on the skybox/openbox boxes as cheap boxes failing early in life,do plenty of research before you buy and not with a 12 month gift,and with any gift keep details safely in case box dies.
     

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