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STBs by Woody[_4_]
Does anyone know of a Freeview or Freesat STB that has a numeric channel display on the front panel? I would like to try one out in place of the tuner on my hi-fi without having to use a TV to select the station. TIA -- Woody
October 24th 18 10:30 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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another TomTom question by Indy Jess John
On 24/10/2018 15:04, Scott wrote: My question remains: should I use the (new) charger from TomTom or the Griffin one I purchased (which to me seems better quality)? Given that they put in a new battery and provided a charger, I would guess that the charger was designed to match the battery...
October 24th 18 08:12 PM
by Roderick Stewart[_3_] Go to last post
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I need aerodynamic wires by Brian Gaff
Last week when it was very windy I heard a number of tones coming through the house and also in the air outside. It turned out to be cables and an aerial wire I use for short wave reception, its not even taught, but put a finger on it and you can feel the vibration. I remember on Wichita...
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October 24th 18 12:43 PM
by Martin[_3_] Go to last post
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Forklift Camera by Ada Khan
Short Overview Of #ForkliftCamera source: https://bit.ly/2PPr7wo #forkliftcamerasystem #forkviewcamera #forkviewcamerasystem #wirelessforkliftcamera
October 24th 18 08:15 AM
by Ada Khan Go to last post
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OT a bit. Documentaries by Bill Wright[_3_]
I've just watched a Discovery documentary (on Quest HD Freeview 114). It was about the Costa Concordia. It told the story clearly, with good explanatory graphics and talking heads. No gimmicky camera work such as out of focus shots, deliberate over exposure, too much or too little colour etc....
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October 23rd 18 03:16 PM
by Ian Jackson[_7_] Go to last post
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How do you turn on audio description on I Player by Brian Gaff
A simple thing. This used to be a simple case of using b for button and running down the page till you heard, watch with audio description. but the recent changes seem to have stopped this. I have tried links, buttons and all sorts of the other things, and if you hit watch it tarts playing it...
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October 22nd 18 09:20 AM
by Jeff Layman[_2_] Go to last post
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Strange reception issues on Ch55 and 56 from Rowridge by Jeff Layman[_2_]
I have just fitted a 36-element log-periodic (https://www.amazon.co.uk/AERIAL-LOG-PERODIC-36-ELEMENT-TYPE/dp/B01L62DT7G/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1538838784&sr=8-11&keywords=optima+aerial) in place of a Group A 18-element yagi so that I can get Com7/8. I am about 18 miles from Rowridge, apparently...
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October 18th 18 10:01 PM
by Jeff Layman[_2_] Go to last post
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HD signal strenght from CP by Andy Burns[_12_]
Robin wrote: I have a Blake log periodic (DML26WB) on a low pole 9 miles from CP and, while signal strength from Chs55-56 is lower than others, the quality as indicated by TV and PC is still 100%.* Suggests to me an issue in the path from the aerial rather than in the aerial itself. I...
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October 18th 18 07:58 PM
by charles[_2_] Go to last post
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Jitter watching recorded Channel 5 programmes by [email protected]
Just a quick question for you all, please, before I go into the gory detail. I recorded the Paddington Station programme. All the adverts and trailers have "jitter" (maybe one double stutter per second) but all of the programme sections themselves are perfectly smooth. I'm sure there must be an...
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October 16th 18 12:24 PM
by Jeff Layman[_2_] Go to last post
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Replaced old YouView box with current model. by David Wade[_3_]
Folks, Some of you may remember that almost 2 years ago I asked about the slowness of my old HUMAX YouView+ box. Well I "bit the bullet" and replaced it with one of the newer DTR2110 models. Its performance is really is a total eye opener. Virtually instant response to menus. The remote even...
October 16th 18 09:26 AM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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Scart buzz by Brian Gaff
I can now confirm that the scart to phono adaptor or its connection to set top boxes is the source of the vision on the sound buzz. Taking out the adaptor and wiring the audio to the headphone socket on the back and its gorn. Brian -- ----- -- This newsgroup posting comes to you directly...
October 13th 18 08:16 PM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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Programme cut short by Davey
I sat down this morning to watch my recording of Ch. 5's WRC Welsh Rally, and just before the end, it was uncertain who was about to win it. Then the recording stopped, according to the signal sent out by Ch. 5. I happened to have it on a second recorder, and it was the same. It was as though...
October 11th 18 09:16 PM
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Why do people buy 2nd hand Sky boxes? by Lucky13[_2_]
I've had a Sky+ HD box passed on to me and I was wondering why people buy them on eBay? If you want the + bit you need to subscribe. If you want the HD bit you need to subscribe. If you want Freesat then you need a Freesat box. If you want free sat from Sky then you need to enjoy scrolling...
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October 11th 18 11:40 AM
by Martin[_3_] Go to last post
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Buzzing on a digital box. by Brian Gaff
No not buzzing as in audio hum like earth loop or open circuit earth, but buzzing as in old fashioned vision buzz as we used to get on some cheap 625 sets back in the day. How can this occur in this digital age? Brian -- ----- -- This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from... The Sofa...
October 10th 18 08:28 PM
by Brian Gaff Go to last post
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Grr. by Brian Gaff
I do wish spell-check would not keep turning Yagi into Yogi. Its a damn conspiracy. Brian -- ----- -- This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from... The Sofa of Brian Gaff... Blind user, so no pictures please
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October 8th 18 07:29 PM
by Johnny B Good[_2_] Go to last post
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Aerial installation (may be one for Bill) by Scott[_4_]
I visited a former colleague today who has bought a cottage where there is line of sight to Rosneath transmitter. She was charged 350 to install a TV aerial. Was she overcharged?
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October 8th 18 04:45 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Westminster bridge pictures by Brian Gaff
NO I think its more likely that it is rather in bad taste. After all a loved one might have recognised somebody before the authorities contacted them. Brian -- ----- -- This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from... The Sofa of Brian Gaff... Blind user, so no...
October 3rd 18 11:02 PM
by The Natural Philosopher[_2_] Go to last post
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whatever happened to a.s.t.c and a.s.t.e? by Stephen[_10_]
I've been personally involved with "proper" (i.e. not just sky/freeview) satellite for well over 20 years now recieving from a wide portion of the clarke belt. I was an avid reader of and contributor to a.s.t.c and a.s.t.e. (fellow satellite tv enthusiasts will know what I am talking about!) I...
October 3rd 18 10:31 AM
by John Hall[_2_] Go to last post
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Dumb question: aerial connections to TV by Another John
Sorry for interrupting this august body with a question so simple but ... Our TV (Sony Bravia) gets its aerial feed via the PVR (Humax Fox T2). Owing to its continuing Green Screen problems, the Humax is frequently powered off (via the switch on the back of the box). The TV picture then...
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October 2nd 18 09:00 PM
by Terry Casey[_2_] Go to last post
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out of focus by Bill Wright[_3_]
Just watched Walking Britain's Lost Railways, the one about the Sheffield to Manchester line. Many times during the programme the picture was out of focus. I don't mean as an arty effect; this was accidental. Sometimes focus was regained but often quite long shots were blurred from start to...
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October 1st 18 04:33 PM
by Bill Wright[_3_] Go to last post
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