what best for my 46wm48 sky or sky+

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  1. Riss71

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    what would give me the best picture for my super dooper tosh 46wm48, ive got normal sky, its ok but some channels are not too good, and i was considering sky +, but only if it will give me better pics, anybody out there can give their advice it will be very much welcomed. :)

    Im also having trouble with no sky sound from my denon 500, ive got picutres but no sound ?? any help out there :lease:
     
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    There should be no difference between sky and sky + in picture quality. The only benifit is in the sound as movie channels are sometimes broadcast in DD 5.1 on sky +.
     
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    Ditto.

    PQ & SQ on Sky Movies, News, Sky Sports and Disney are fantastic on mine (46wm48). There are on or two technical factors as to why they are better than other channels, discussed at length around this forum.

    Use a decent Scart lead to achieve best results.
     
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    I find freeview digital to have the best picture quality & terrestial TV is best for football & rugby.( that's is you have a good arial & reception)
     

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