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I note except for few genuine player entrants in the DVB-T cards, very few have not even bothered to:

1. Carefuly qualify claims

2. Promised support forums by mass distributor relies on others and never saw this through.

3. Marketing claims obviously passed to resellers are often misleading. This can be traced to the importer and distirbutor not really testing their own product and not understanding the product.

4. Media Centre and Microsoft Australia have been very dissapointing in supporting DVB-T technology in the country when compared to their UK MS and OEM entrants.

Finally I'd like to say that many here offer there time to support others with nothing in return. Further I think it unfair if anyone just buys on price alone and comes here for help when instead it would easy for the MASS disitrbutor to setup appropiate support forums and WEB site presence for such spcailised product.

I.T. importers in this country just not get do they? Rather lazy I think in passing the tech support buck to someone else. I know for a fact a little footwork and effort put into those products would see their imports triple in consumer purchase.

I've said this all before _ but I think we are being flooded with what will become a huge mess and stuff before too long.

DA

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I've said this all before _ but I think we are being flooded with what will become a huge mess and stuff before too long.

True. Only the quality products like Nebula and Fusion will survive.

In the end, a product is only as good as its support.

Also any product that Renura (and most likely HyperReality, but I am not sure as I have never dealt with them) will sell and support

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