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DVB-T2: the case for in the Czech Republic

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Posted 18 July 2017, 12.40am edt

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Terrestrial TV viewers in the Czech Republic who do not own sets compatible with DVB-T2 will have to buy a set-top box costing around CZK500 (€19.2) to receive signals in the standard. This, says the national transmission company CRa, is much cheap...


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