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What device or devices do you use for Streaming Sporting events via the Internet?
Posted 04 December 2011 - 05:35 PM
I personally order sporting events that I can stream, they are in almost all cases way cheaper then ordering from Cable TV or Satellite. With more Streams coming from UFC, MLB, NHL and Willow we have tons of choices and they just keep getting better.
I use GoFightLive.TV on a regular basis
My idea for this part of iptvconnection.com is to create a world leading data base of Sports Streaming.
If you buy an event or season package how does it perform on your streaming device?
What device or devices do you use to watch for example "Willow Cricket" and how was the quality? was it better on this device more so then that device.
I have been experimenting with GFL.TV
They have an app for the ROKU, which works great, but I find using my Boxee Box with it's Browser I get a better video quality. but that wasn't the case 4 months ago. So with updates always coming there will be interesting discussions on what device works best for said Stream.
LG Cinema Screen 47LM7600
X1 unit and yes it's Comcastic
Comcast Triple Play
Posted 05 December 2011 - 09:58 AM
Posted 10 May 2012 - 12:32 PM
H44-200 - Samsung 1080p 46" LED - HDMI
C41-100 - Samsunbg 32" LED - HDMI
C41-100 - Mitsubishi 1080p 57" DLP - HDMI - Pioneer Home Theater Sound
LG 20 LCD" & Viewsonic 17" HDTV LCD - Component via Cat 6 baluns from HR44-200
Slimline w/ SWM3 LNB. OTA master antenna system to all sets.
Posted 13 June 2013 - 06:19 PM
I use my PS3, XBOX 360, and Roku.
Posted 12 October 2013 - 07:13 PM
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Posted 24 January 2014 - 12:24 PM
IOS , OS X, & Apple TV, Android generics, FIOS to Panasonic Viera, Dish HD AT250
FOX now owns Speed TV so 2014 begins Daytona Rolex 24 streaming only on Fox Sports GO !
I have no path to service first time in 10 years !
Dish DP501, ViP722-HD
Panasonic Viera L58E60
Panasonic DMP BD65
Apple TV gen 1 (XBMC) & 2
Pioneer Elite VSX74TXVI
Bose AM 16
Panasonic DMRT3040 DVD recorder
Dish viewer since 1984's 3 meter !
Posted 06 February 2014 - 10:10 AM
I use a home theater PC I built connected to my Pioneer plasma display.