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When will I be getting 7-day epg?

Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by azzo, Aug 28, 2004.

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  1. azzo

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    I live in the Twickenham area, and can't even work out what transmitter I am using!
    Is there a web site I can plug my post-code into to work this out?
    Thanx
    Azzo
     
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    It depends if you box supports the 7 day EPG, the system is up and running and working for those that do.

    What box have you got ?
     
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    I have a panasonic TCU 30 which is suppose to support 7day epg, but all I get is now and next.
    Do I need an over the air update for this?
    Azzo
     
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    Yes, the TUCT30 is supposed to but it doesn't and nobody can find out from Panasonic why or when it will. Shame on them I say. I had a TUCT30 and decided to send it back and get a Sony 800 since the TUCT30 was not as described and not fit for purpose.

    The Sony is a much, much better box all round. The interface is excellent and it works brilliantly. Plus I get full 7 day epg.
     
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    Second vote for the Sony here. Menus/text are lightening fast. Only downside is it is a little more expensive than the Panasonic.
     
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    Am I allowed to swear - ***********
    I am ordering a Humax 8000 anyway.
    Will be putting my pany on the adds.
    Thanks everybody.
    Azzo.
     
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    I've got the Pioneer but used the Sony and agree its the best box by miles. Its got everything, it all works, Sony have been pro-active with updates.
     
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    Wish they would make a twin tuner PVR based on the 800. That would be the dogs.
     

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