What is the best way to watch online TV with low bandwidth ( 256 kbps )?
I know many websites where we can watch several live TV channels. But the speed of my Internet is not sufficient to watch these channels. 256 Kbps is the maximum speed avaialable in our area.
Could you suggest me alternate way to watch live TVs with low bandwidth such as 256 Kbps?
Thank you for your consideration.
well it`s related to the image quality & the image size so if you have the option to decrease the image quality or size & if your connection is stable you will be able to watch streaming videos without problems .
Fire your internet service provider. Get a dtv reciever for your computer, then you can watch and record broadcast HDTV, for free. By the way, 256 kbps, is good enough for any video stream. sounds like you are getting dial-up speed. Run a bandwidth test. http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest/ This will give you an idea of what you are actually getting.
welll, another way to watch the hd tv on computer is using a tv tuner card. This enables you to use your computer as a resource in viewing your preferred programs and exhibits having a Pc satellite TV. There are in reality several methods on how you are able to make this technologies work for you personally.
I found one good site where you can watch many Online tv channels free with 256 kbps.. Enjoy
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Hi, if you are a TV user and spends most of the time on the TV (television) then you would face many problems in using TV sometimes. So if you are using TV and not able to watch low bandwidth ( 256 kbps ) then you can contact the Roku TV customer service number directly. You will get most immediate help here. For more help visit here:- http://www.customer-support-numbers.com … umber.html
Well, if you don't necessarily need to exactly stream videos, you can probably use some kind of a video converter to download them and watch. Personally I use https://2conv.com/en51/ converter, it's free, doesn't bring you any viruses, and is easy to use. thus, you can download videos from a wide range of sources and watch it afterward without any connection at all. Hope it helps!
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