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  1. Press release here: http://community.foxtel.com.au/t5/Announcements/Foxtel-announces-a-new-value-revolution-for-subscription-TV/m-p/25687#M1010
  2. Article in the newspaper today: http://www.theage.com.au/business/media-and-marketing/foxtel-gets-ready-to-cut-prices-20140825-107ytm.html
  3. I rang up yesterday to get my folks account changed to the senior package, but the lady on the phone said to wait till September 1st when the new packages are available - she said they'd be better value than even the senior packages. I'll believe it when I see it, but there you go.
  4. Just wondering if there are any TVs on the market at the moment that support Picture in Picture? Seems to be a feature that is no longer available on TVs for some reason (is it too hard to include Twin Tuners?)
  5. Here's the FAQ about the channel number changes: http://www.austar.com.au/tv/support/channel-changes.aspx
  6. I've had the new loader (L75 for the last week) on my MyStar HD, so far I've had to rescan the Free-To-Air stations 3 times, they don't seem to be staying at all. Anyone else having the same problem?
  7. It's currenly $1799 at The Good Guys: http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/buyonline/Sony_55%22_138cm_full_HD_LED_LCD_200Hz_3D_TV_KDL55HX750
  8. Hah, I was wondering why we had Comedy Channel access for the last few months, knew we hadn't subscribed to it, so just assumed they'd added it into the base package. Now that explains it. I'll probably find my access has gone now too.
  9. I got the email from Austar today, though I haven't had a chance to see if my MyStar HD has automatically updated yet.
  10. Just digging up an old thread – looks like I'm having issues with my RX-V1800 - for the last week, at random, when the AV Receiver is switched off (via the soft switch/remote command), it won't turn back on. The only way to turn it back on is to turn it off from the hard switch, unplug the power cord, plug the power cord back in, and then turn the hard switch back on again – that seems to work 9 times out of 10, but the remaining time you do it again and it works. Seems like a power issue to me, anyone else experienced this, or have any suggestions?
  11. A further update on this: http://www.channelnews.com.au/Content_And_Management/IPTV/G6K7N4F6 Hopefully a decision isn't too far away now!
  12. Sweet, thanks for the news - I've been meaning to check out The Walking Dead, so will have to watch/record it on Sunday.
  13. Ah! Thanks for the replies - I think I get the general idea now!
  14. Hi all, a friend of mine recently purchased a Sony 46HX820 display, which is a 3D capable LCD TV. I download a few sample 3D files for him the other day, and we played them on his TVIX, which as far as I know is not a device that is advertised as "Supporting 3D". However, we were able to play the files fine, and view them on 3D on his TV. One of the files, the TV Automatically detected it was a 3D signal and it started playing in 3D, however on some of the other files, when they started playing, there were two images side by side. On the TV however, he was able to click on the 3D button and chose the "images appear side by side" option, and the file then started playing in 3D again. So my question is - what's the difference between doing this on a standard media player without 3D support, vs an ACTUAL 3D Blu-ray player for example, is there something different in the signal? My Popcorn Hour A210 for example is advertised as being an ACTUAL 3D player. If the TV is able to convert a downloaded video clip which has side-by-side images in the video into a proper 3D signal, what is the actual use for a device that is advertised as supporting 3D? (there might be something I'm missing, as I'm not really across 3D technology, as I don't have any interest in watching anything 3D!… however because my friend posed the question about why he needs a 3D Blu-ray player, I'm actually interested in knowing the technical reason).
  15. Another update: http://www.news.com.au/business/breaking-n...r-1226163134093 Hopefully it's not much longer...
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