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digital tv for pc?


ozzymodo

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Hi all, my first post in this section.
I had an e-mail from my sister asking me if the following was any good "It was from Ashampoo and was for something called Digital TV for PC 2 and by 3B software,"
I know there will be a one off fee to pay for the software but I dont know if it is any good or not and was wondering I anyone on here had got it or know about it? She was hoping to get a few channels like discovery, nat geo etc when she is away in her caravan.
Any info appreciated
Ian

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ßeta

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click here It's a IPTV Service. Your sister will require some form of Internet Connection whilst in her Caravan.

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ozzymodo

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thanks beta, I knew it was something that you had to pay for and download but was wondering if you really got all the channels stated, and if they were full screen (a friend of mine had a similar thing on his pc but the pic was only about a third of his screen big and he could not enlarge it so it was pointless trying to watch the shows)

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ßeta

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Here's some advice. click here

Personally. If you want true TV over IP set yourself up a SlingBox at home and log into it.

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proudfoot

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If you only want UK Freeview TV try the link below it is free. http://tvcatchup.com/ You need an internet connection and it will only work in the UK. My D/L speed is only 1.7Gb/sec and rarely experience buffering and the picture although not HD is pretty good.

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