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Old 08-04-2012, 05:46 AM   #1
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Watching Jap Tv Programs In Singapore

Just came back from Tokyo and I am already missing the programs there.

For the Jap fans here, is there any programs that I can use or subscribe to in order to watch them in Singapore?

Thanks thanks
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:13 AM   #2
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theres keyhole TV (super real time but cui quality)

and also theres this program which is slower by minutes but very high quality
http://down.tvbhdtv.com/jptv.exe
(the url and program looks suspicious but i assure you its definitely safe)

i understand your feelings man... tats why i come back i find these programs to watch their TV
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Old 08-04-2012, 09:30 AM   #3
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well if your willing to pay there is this ???????????? | ONE IPTV - ?????????????????
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Old 08-04-2012, 11:43 AM   #4
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There's also $15 a month for NHK with Starhub. Got it mainly to watch Kouhaku on New Year.
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Old 08-04-2012, 02:08 PM   #5
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well if your willing to pay there is this ???????????? | ONE IPTV - ?????????????????
$60... that's so far the cheapest i've found for all solutions

the rest always requires a few hundred dollars to set up a server in Japan to watch... so exp

might consider this, thanks for intro! But a big concern for me is, how live is the thing is (if late by more than a few minutes than wont be so appealing for me le), and wad are it's list of channels

maybe shall sign up the trial see..

edit: Ah after navigating it's poor as hell web design finally found the channel list
http://www.oneiptv.com/flyer/index.php

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$60... that's so far the cheapest i've found for all solutions

the rest always requires a few hundred dollars to set up a server in Japan to watch... so exp

might consider this, thanks for intro! But a big concern for me is, how live is the thing is (if late by more than a few minutes than wont be so appealing for me le), and wad are it's list of channels

maybe shall sign up the trial see..

edit: Ah after navigating it's poor as hell web design finally found the channel list
http://www.oneiptv.com/flyer/index.php
ya this is the closest offivL local jp tv broadcast er can get in sg lor or Starhub one
or fly to jp to get your jp program treatment hahaha

kinda exp lor vs starhub normal cable tv fees
plus this one IP tv is using internet to stream ao if u got a cmi net u will LAN LAN lor
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starhub only got NHK... I want to watch other channels haha
so this one so far I see is the cheapest for paid le...

too bad so few services have Tokyo MX..
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theres keyhole TV (super real time but cui quality)

and also theres this program which is slower by minutes but very high quality
http://down.tvbhdtv.com/jptv.exe
(the url and program looks suspicious but i assure you its definitely safe)

i understand your feelings man... tats why i come back i find these programs to watch their TV
Wow, the program that you've recommended is pretty good, any idea if it's possible to maximize the screen to your desktop size?

Also, I think Dimitri has some lobangs for watching JPN tv. Not cheap though I think...
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Old 08-04-2012, 04:38 PM   #9
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starhub only got NHK... I want to watch other channels haha
so this one so far I see is the cheapest for paid le...

too bad so few services have Tokyo MX..
Actually Starhub got another channel called Jet that's similar. It's a Taiwanese channel but about Japanese food and culture. Some dramas too. I used to subscribed to it until stupid Starhub went and put it under the Mandarin variety upgrade channel.
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there used to be some hd stream from some china website but does not work anymore. those were really good.
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Wow, the program that you've recommended is pretty good, any idea if it's possible to maximize the screen to your desktop size?
No, i also no idea how to maximize it or even adjust the volume... the program very weird haha
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Old 08-04-2012, 08:39 PM   #12
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woah thanks for the replies and help all

Will try out the link by Kosmos

If I really too gian, might sub the one given by Benny
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Actually Starhub got another channel called Jet that's similar. It's a Taiwanese channel but about Japanese food and culture. Some dramas too. I used to subscribed to it until stupid Starhub went and put it under the Mandarin variety upgrade channel.
yalor JET is decent but low QUAlity program
damm bad
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There's actually another better one. The quality quite like what u see on TV... more expensive...

$85
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There's actually another better one. The quality quite like what u see on TV... more expensive...

$85
wa $85 a month?!! for all channels?
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