For live feeds they usually have an option in the lower righthand corner where you can manually set the quality. I am sure you'll be able to find a quality setting that will work with .5 mbps internet, but I doubt that will look very good on a 52 inch TV. For an HD feed you'd need much higher speed internet.
I've been testing out some of the non-premium videos on cyclones.tv just streaming to my Thinkpad and there is quite a bit of buffering. I may just listen to the game on the radio.
One of my least favorite parts about Cyclones.tv is the lack of ability to adjust resolution or buffer for non live events. It all comes up high quality and it wont let you adjust if you have a crappy connection.
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