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orangaweller

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Hi. Not new here just had to re log in with new details. Has anyone got any advice or information with regards to finding a company who could help with supplying iptv in Arroyo area . Read a lot of different views on Web. Also,what other options or are others doing re their TV set up. Thanks for time. Steve
Bonanzaboy

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Hi if you have wifi you can get all the channels for free
orangaweller

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Yes, got wifi, it was to watch on TV. Are you meaning connect lap top to TV via a cable? Sorry for questions,just not there at moment and seeing what our options were. Thought I need an iptv box. Thanks
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You can get tv on the web camposa.tv or filmontv you can connect with a cable to your tele the sound will still come from the laptop but you can add a speaker quite cheaply.  If you did not want to use you laptop an android can be bought on Amazon for about  £100.   
orangaweller

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ok Cheers. Will have a look.
IGW

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Had the same problem, I now log into filmon.com and receive all lost channels FOC. Also got sound through TV with an audio cable, bought both cables for less than 10 euro in supermarket
orangaweller

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so are these iptv boxes a waste of money then? They're asking for 200 euro for box then 25 euro per month for subscription.
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The IPTV boxes are only worthwhile if you have at least 3MB of wifi bandwidth (without anyone else being on your wifi at the same time). A poor bandwidth will cause the picture to freeze all the time. These are the channels available:

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If you don't want to spend the money then as others have said filmon.tv will get you all the lost channels but not Sky Sports etc (and you can record even with the computer turned off). You can also get an HDMI cable to connect from the computer which will allow both picture and sound on your TV.

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I bought my MX Linux Android box from Ebay, for £70 and have set it up to my TV, it came with some programs (add-ons) already on like, mashup for lots of free movies, music streams.  It came with a HDMI cable to plug into my TV, a remote control with batteries, and then I just put an Ethernet cable, plugged it into my router then took it to the back of the MX box.  I switched the box on and a blue light lit up.  I got my remote control for my TV and selected/pressed the source button, then scrolled down, you should find the Menu Page of the MX box appear. Click on videos, scroll down and there will be film boxes, open them and choose a film, do the same for music, set up your weather.  Don't select file system yet until you have had some lessons from you tube.  This is free.  If you like football like me, I have NTV as an add-on, I pay €14.95 a month only, I get all the programmes that Choccy has mentioned plus all the BEIN sports channels which show a lot more live football.  Its great, you can even miss a month and then start again if you go back to the UK.  Feel free to ask me any questions, but I am not a teccy.
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