LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby BrighouseWhite » 22 Jul 2020, 07:56

Deebo wrote:Live games are only available via the desktop version of the official website or via app on mobile or tablet.

You can most likely connect your device to your smart TV if you already do that (via Apple TV or another devcie)

Works really well for me in Australia, no lag, no drop outs. And Ben Parker! ;)


Worked out after my original post that the best way is to connect my laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable so went out first thing and got one.
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby Philholmes » 22 Jul 2020, 08:18

use a chromecast device. works perfectly
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby Selby White » 22 Jul 2020, 08:21

BrighouseWhite wrote:
Deebo wrote:Live games are only available via the desktop version of the official website or via app on mobile or tablet.

You can most likely connect your device to your smart TV if you already do that (via Apple TV or another devcie)

Works really well for me in Australia, no lag, no drop outs. And Ben Parker! ;)


Worked out after my original post that the best way is to connect my laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable so went out first thing and got one.


Use an HDMI cable myself Brig to connect laptop to TV, use it quite often for films and all sorts of stuff that is online, works just great. :thumbup:
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby Leonickroberts » 22 Jul 2020, 13:37

Quick question - does anybody know how many devices you can watch LUTV on simultaneously? My, my dad and my uncle all hoping to watch this eve but only one login between us and in three different places...
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby BrighouseWhite » 22 Jul 2020, 15:11

Selby White wrote:
BrighouseWhite wrote:
Deebo wrote:Live games are only available via the desktop version of the official website or via app on mobile or tablet.

You can most likely connect your device to your smart TV if you already do that (via Apple TV or another devcie)

Works really well for me in Australia, no lag, no drop outs. And Ben Parker! ;)


Worked out after my original post that the best way is to connect my laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable so went out first thing and got one.


Use an HDMI cable myself Brig to connect laptop to TV, use it quite often for films and all sorts of stuff that is online, works just great. :thumbup:


Tbh I never even knew my laptop had a HDMI socket until last night :oops:
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby Selby White » 22 Jul 2020, 15:28

BrighouseWhite wrote:
Selby White wrote:
BrighouseWhite wrote:
Deebo wrote:Live games are only available via the desktop version of the official website or via app on mobile or tablet.

You can most likely connect your device to your smart TV if you already do that (via Apple TV or another devcie)

Works really well for me in Australia, no lag, no drop outs. And Ben Parker! ;)


Worked out after my original post that the best way is to connect my laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable so went out first thing and got one.


Use an HDMI cable myself Brig to connect laptop to TV, use it quite often for films and all sorts of stuff that is online, works just great. :thumbup:


Tbh I never even knew my laptop had a HDMI socket until last night :oops:


We bought the cable at start of lockdown as thought we would watch more, works a treat.
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby Davycc » 22 Jul 2020, 16:56

Selby White wrote:
BrighouseWhite wrote:
Selby White wrote:
BrighouseWhite wrote:
Deebo wrote:Live games are only available via the desktop version of the official website or via app on mobile or tablet.

You can most likely connect your device to your smart TV if you already do that (via Apple TV or another devcie)

Works really well for me in Australia, no lag, no drop outs. And Ben Parker! ;)


Worked out after my original post that the best way is to connect my laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable so went out first thing and got one.


Use an HDMI cable myself Brig to connect laptop to TV, use it quite often for films and all sorts of stuff that is online, works just great. :thumbup:


Tbh I never even knew my laptop had a HDMI socket until last night :oops:


We bought the cable at start of lockdown as thought we would watch more, works a treat.


Yep taking Chromebook, to daughters tonight to hook up to tv LUTV pass bought :thumbup:
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby cheffy007 » 22 Jul 2020, 21:35

I find LUTV is about 20 seconds behind live action as I always get goal alerts from sky, bbc and Leeds before they score. Sky coverage is also 10 seconds behind my goal alerts.
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Re: LUTV - is it any good nowadays ?

Postby johnnysmiles » 24 Jul 2020, 09:22

Anyone know what will happen with LUTV now we're in the Prem.... will it still be available for those of us overseas?
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