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Thread: 24 - from the very start - Does it exist as high def?

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    Hi.

    I live in London. I have never seen 24 - I want to watch Season 1 (Day 1) - in high def

    I have been searching for NZBs, and I can find s01e02 and s01e03 in HDTV, but nothing else

    In the UK we haven't even got hidef (yet) - so I was looking forward to watching these


    I'm totally new to this website by the way (and to NZBs). I hope to rip and upload content myself soon

    thanks

    Ryan

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    Good luck with that. The average HD episode weighs in at 3.2gb, times that by 24 and you've got a hefty download on you hands (80gb).

    You could get a decent DivX release at around 9gb on Torrentspy for the whole series if you can bare to watch it at a slightly reduced quality.

    However you get it, I recommend watching the whole first series in one sitting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese
    Good luck with that. The average HD episode weighs in at 3.2gb, times that by 24 and you've got a hefty download on you hands (80gb).

    You could get a decent DivX release at around 9gb on Torrentspy for the whole series if you can bare to watch it at a slightly reduced quality.

    However you get it, I recommend watching the whole first series in one sitting.
    Yeah I figured it would have to be xvid or divx - that is fine. It will still be higher quality than DVD/standard def tv releases


    Shame I can't find it on usenet

    I'll head over to torrentspy now. Thanks for the help - appreciate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan.Maloney
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese
    Good luck with that. The average HD episode weighs in at 3.2gb, times that by 24 and you've got a hefty download on you hands (80gb).

    You could get a decent DivX release at around 9gb on Torrentspy for the whole series if you can bare to watch it at a slightly reduced quality.

    However you get it, I recommend watching the whole first series in one sitting.
    Yeah I figured it would have to be xvid or divx - that is fine. It will still be higher quality than DVD/standard def tv releases


    Shame I can't find it on usenet

    I'll head over to torrentspy now. Thanks for the help - appreciate it
    Enjoy the show. The only thing I can see on Newzbin is the DVD's of the show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese
    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan.Maloney
    Yeah I figured it would have to be xvid or divx - that is fine. It will still be higher quality than DVD/standard def tv releases


    Shame I can't find it on usenet

    I'll head over to torrentspy now. Thanks for the help - appreciate it
    Enjoy the show. The only thing I can see on Newzbin is the DVD's of the show.
    Do you have to pay for Newzbin? is it worth it?

    I have been using binsearch.net - it is free - and it appears to be the same thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan.Maloney
    Quote Originally Posted by Cheese

    Enjoy the show. The only thing I can see on Newzbin is the DVD's of the show.
    Do you have to pay for Newzbin? is it worth it?

    I have been using binsearch.net - it is free - and it appears to be the same thing?
    Yeah, it's 25p a week. I purchased 6 months worth of credit for around 6. I haven't used other sites to be honest but I have had no problems with Newzbin and neglible downtime. It's just a matter of a search and a click and my download starts throgh Grabit.

    I think the minimum top-up is 8 weeks so it would be like 2 to try it out, cheaper than a pint...

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    Ryan.Maloney..U can find it at http://www.tvtorrents.com/..it will be in avi though..U can use VSO Divx to DVD TO CONVERT IT TO DVD..I strongly recomend that U only put 4 episodes to Disc in DVD format [for quality reasons]

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