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rodewise
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Re: Extremely poor picture quality

I have the same problem mine when paused is 90. Other apps work fine just now tv as usual. You guys are about to lose my money
Alan1958
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Re: Extremely poor picture quality

Hi I have just paid £7.99 for a sports day pass and as you say it's Extremely poor picture quality,I have 200mg broadband with virgin media so it's not that. It's like watching tv in the 60's.Glad it's only a day pass and not a month.Wont be coming back untill they stream HD.

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Engineering
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Just changed my display setting from 1051 to 750 was perfect....now keeps crashing ie with the cog turning then film comes back, very frustrating, did a speed test got 50mb
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johnlongford
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The posts here indicate that this problem has been going on for a long time. I have tried everyting expect updating my LG TV which I cannot find anyway to do. This, however, is a cop out. Either Now can provide a service or they can't, blaming LG is ridiculous. I can a great picture on Amazon Prime and on Netflix. I bought my new Now box in August after the other one packed up. Over to you Now TV.

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johnlongford
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 I have exactly the same poor picture quality with my Panasonic TV.

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iantvniw
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having the same issue poor pictures and constant buffering make it unwatchable. I have virgin 150mb.wired direct to my router.
i don't have any problems with iPlayer,amazon or Netflix. must be down to nowtv's poor servers.
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kirkmes
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I  tried     1  day  sky sports  pass  -  viewed  great  on Pc  but   useless  on  LG  tv  -  chat  line  suggested  20 metre  ethernet  cable  from   router  to  TV!!!!!!!!!!!!  

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QuantumMechanic
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Ahh that basically explains the poor quality.. so the playoff finals I watched last week were all in Standard Definition. I wish I had known this beforehand. I have anew LG 55" Oled and 76mb bradband speed hardwired into the TV directly.

Seems like I will go to the pub to watch important Sky matches from now on. I guess you live and learn.

 

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JamieK11
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Sony Bravia TV 60Mbps tested, wired network. Terrible picture quality for Game of a Thrones. Bah!

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Chris32
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why would sky create a service thats better then it's own satellite television? It wouldn't!, their own broadband is useless as well, we was getting speeds of 0.04 continuous and gave up trying in the end.(I have proof) Sky needs to clear out its management and re examine its priorities. Now TV could work, it's modern, no contract, no aerial, lay out is good,pricing is good as well.No amount of resetting router or tv or signing in or out will change the fact that ALL films will NOT! stream to a reasonable viewing quality until sky see a majority shift towards this service as it wouldn't be in their interest financially, simple!.
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