foreign tv channels

  Desperate-Dan 13:40 01 Jan 06
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Happy new year everyone, is it possible to get foreign tv channels on your pc? and if so what do I need to receive them. if not what do I need to watch freeview channels.

  Carbonara 13:51 01 Jan 06

click here have fun!

  Desperate-Dan 14:19 01 Jan 06

Carbonara, thanks for that,but the picture was not very good would I get a better picture with a tv card?

  Sharpamatt 14:29 01 Jan 06

there are many TV Cards on the market, for freeview you either need a digital card, or connect a digibox between you ariel and card.

I belive phillips have a card which can be connected to satalite to view the free channels, ( as in the recent Medion from Audi ) but for normal cards, picking up Forign channels are only possable if you can pick them up on your normal TV

  Desperate-Dan 14:43 01 Jan 06

Sharpamatt, thanks for the advice.
happy new year.

  Carbonara 14:44 01 Jan 06

All of those channels are Broadband, no TV card needed. Some are better than others.

  DieSse 16:47 01 Jan 06

You can pick up oodles of foreign channels via satellite - but of course, you will need a dish, and to point it at the correct satellites. And you will need either an internal of external *free-to-air* Sat TV tuner for the PC - or a seperate regular one, which you can also use with a regular TV.

Example for PC click here

Example regular Digital TV box click here

  pj123 17:20 01 Jan 06

As DieSse says. I have a multi-satellite system which I can switch between 18 satellites. All are Free to Air and I have about 467 TV channels (plus lots of radio channels) that I can watch/listen to. Most of them foreign language of course. I speak German so I can watch all the German channels and my partner speaks French so she likes to watch the French channels. But I still don't see any reason to do this on my PC when I have got a perfectly adequate Television set?

To get Freeview channels on your PC you might like to look at this: click here=

  Desperate-Dan 17:54 01 Jan 06

Thanks guys for the advice
regards Dan.

  mco 19:03 01 Jan 06

We're linguists in our family too; we have same free to air set-up and have never had any desire to use pc when we get it better on tv

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