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Paweł Tołoczko

DVB-T & DVB-S as ONE program list

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I have  "[LG] webOS TV UJ6307"

If you use Android phone with app:

"LG TV Plus" then you can create favorite channels list witch will contain DVB-S and DVB-S channels, but with LG Remote it is impossible to create one program list :|

I understand it could take extra +2sec to switch between DVB-S <> DVB-T but why it is so complicated on TV with basic tool like LG Remote? - Create List A, Crate list A and switch between them .... horrible  experience ... saying TV have 2 sources of signal with that solution of switching it is a lie.

Another feature for future TVs is 1Gb Ethernet port ... in 2017 .. use still 100 Mb ... is mistake ....

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On 16/01/2018 at 2:05 PM, Paweł Tołoczko said:

Another feature for future TVs is 1Gb Ethernet port ... in 2017 .. use still 100 Mb ... is mistake ....

Well you could add a Gigabit connection, but there is little point as even a 4K stream will run happily over 100Mbps connection.  Recommendations for 4K runs between 13 and 25Mbps depending on which streaming service you believe.

https://help.netflix.com/en/node/306

https://help.hulu.com/s/article/requirements-for-hd?language=en_US

Yes if you have multiple users streaming 4K a Gigabit network might be advisable, but it does not mean that you need a Gigabit port on the device you are streaming to.

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