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  1. ANDY DUTTON

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    hi can anyone agree with me or confirm , but i have just has sky+ installed , i dont know if it my eyes but the picture seems to move slower than normal sky especially when the picture is moving is this common practice , is it down to sky+ V2 box quality
    can anyone help
     
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    You mean the picture looks like it's moving at less than 25 frames per second?
     
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    I DONT KNOW HOW MANY FRAMES PER SECOND NORMAL SAT TV RUNS AT BUT SKY+ SEEMS TO BE SLOW
    IS THIS THE PROBLEM
     
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    I'm not sure what you mean by slower ???? are the channels stuttering or missing frames. I had Sky+ installed a couple of weeks ago with the new v2 pace box and the picture on my plasma is nothing short of exeptional :smashin:
     
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    You do know that using capital letters indicates that you are "shouting" the text, not the sort of approach when you are looking for answers:)

    There is NO reason the SKY+ "live" or recorded output should look any different to normal SKY D pictures or analogue pictures via an aerial in regards to speed (UK tv is broadcast at 25fps).
     

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