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Dead Pace Box by Derek
Got a pace box that wont come out of standby, any ideas ? (light flashes in response to remote) regards Derek
July 12th 03 12:35 AM
by Simon Slavin Go to last post
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Hotbird * Astra (28 degrees) by Fy13rt
Can anyone advise on the best setup to view both Hotbird & Astra (28') from the same dish/ I'm in NW England.
July 11th 03 09:36 PM
by Mike Terry Go to last post
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Pace DTVA vs Nokia Mediamaster 9850T by Peter Crighton
I have borrowed a Pace DTVA and get all but 2 of the muxes. I am thinking of buying a second-hand Nokia Mediamaster 9850T. Has anyone compared these two to see how their performance differs in terms of being able to decode muxes in a marginal signal area? -- Peter Crighton Email To:...
July 11th 03 07:26 PM
by Clem Dye Go to last post
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Best set-top aeriel by Wrightsaerials
According to Antiference, we need a WH group aeriel for Hannington. Are set-top aeriels categorized like rooftop ones? They're all wideband these days. One fits all. Bill Laugh at our Rogue's Gallery Admire the antiquities in Albert's Attic Marvel at our breathtaking Aerial Photography
July 11th 03 02:39 PM
by Wrightsaerials Go to last post
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BBC Local News on freeview by Richard
Dave wrote in message ... I don't know about Wales or Scotland, but on BBC1 NI they frequently don't opt-back to London for the headlines or national weather on the 10 O'Clock News. I've only seen this happen...
July 11th 03 02:35 AM
by Peter Pratten Go to last post
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TV Ariel Cable by DeeInLondon
I went o my Aunts' house to look at her TV picture and it's damn arwful, I thought a Freeview box might help but the signal was too rubbish to get a stable picture Then just for the sake of trying I put a small indoor ariel and the picture was perfect on teriisterial and digital channals - only...
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July 10th 03 10:12 PM
by John Porcella Go to last post
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The Most Lightweight Dish? by Stephen
Does anyone know what is the most Lightweight dish on the market? I need help because I am in an extremely difficult situation for erecting a dish, but NTL say they have shelved all plans for Digital Cable in my area, Westminster. My windows are only North facing, and I would be in breach of my...
July 10th 03 08:14 PM
by Dave Go to last post
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AVerTV DVB-T software support? by Tony
I contacted the company a few weeks ago, and their spokesperson said that new software with much more support would be available for the AVerTV DVB-T card at the end of June 2003, but nothing has been updated on their site as of yet. Perhaps there is no update after all..? I dont know. Its a...
July 10th 03 07:45 PM
by Tony Go to last post
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NetGem i-Player connectivity... by Steve Hall
Folks, Having finally given in to the lure of an STB (I refuse to have an overgrown dinner plate bolted to my house), I'm keen to get the NetGem. However, a couple of questions, if I may... 1. Am I right in thinking that the latest software release (May 03) will allow me to plug in my USB ADSL...
July 10th 03 07:19 PM
by Tenex Go to last post
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TV License Evasion by Terry Eden
Bill Bennett wrote: So, a friend of mine is going to Uni this year, he wants to watch telly in his dormroom. Tell him that a term time licence is only ~£80 and is a great way to meet impresionable girls desperate for their Corrie fix. Terry
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July 10th 03 01:26 PM
by Paul Ratcliffe Go to last post
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Video Senders; by soundmix
Where can I find comparative reviews of video senders? I've found many comments on the web and newsgroups about the Philips VL1200 (is the bubbling on low audio some mention a real problem?) but very little on any others so any recommendations would be appreciated. The sender will be used from...
July 10th 03 11:18 AM
by bbk Go to last post
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Whats happening with HDTV? by Robert Horton
Hi, now that we are in the exciting digital age, when is HDTV coming along? Maybe we are simply wasting money on new widescreen tv's based on antiquated CRT technology and 256 colours from our digital boxes. I stopped using 256 (8 bit depth)colours on my computer in 1995. Wouldn't it be great if we...
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July 9th 03 12:12 AM
by R. Mark Clayton Go to last post
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newbie Q: what is the dongle thing on the end of the aerial lead? by [neil]
Hi again :-) The lead that goes from the itvdigital box to the tv has a dongle bit at the box end - what's it for? It says something about for safety you have to use it - I was just wondering, what would happen if you used a normal aerial extension lead between the digibox and tv or...
July 8th 03 08:31 PM
by Dave Pickles Go to last post
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Recommendation please for another Remote Control by Mike
Just gone terrestrial with a Grundig GDT 1500T and it has a Tele Pilot 760T Remote. Additional remote required by the chair at the other side of the room, so We would be very grateful for a recommendation for, perhaps a multiple remote control. TIA Mike.
July 8th 03 07:07 PM
by Mike Go to last post
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netgem i by donker
Hi group Is there a group for Netgem I digital tv receivers,it is a very good box and I am very impressed with it ,the only thing I cannot work out how it should record to the video with the setup in the box ,I can record setting up the video but according to the manual it should start the video...
July 8th 03 05:02 PM
by donker Go to last post
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BBC publish what they think will happen to FTV cards by Mark Carver
July 8th 03 02:25 PM
by Ed Crowley Go to last post
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DigiTv & Linux by Jaime
Someone mentioed that linux TV had beta support for the nebula card, however bing relativly new to linux and not understanding these things much I can not install linux tv (I think thats what its called) to see if it workes. Can anyone help me out? Thanks Jaime
July 8th 03 11:15 AM
by Dave English Go to last post
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sky extra channels thing? by D Mumford
Hello , a friend told me about a device to plug into you sky to enable you to store from other sats. which could be used with a motor.Does anyone know the name?
July 8th 03 10:16 AM
by D Mumford Go to last post
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DTT Mux info by Richard Watkinson
I know it has been done before but could someone 'refresh/ me with the details of which services are on each of the 5 DTT MUXs and which are 64QAM - please. Richard
July 8th 03 08:40 AM
by Mark Carver Go to last post
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Online Satellite Calculations - Update 7 July by HJK
Satellite list in the following calculators is now up to date: -Lookangles -LNB saturation -Downlink budgett -Power reaching the satellite receiver Sun interference calculator now supports worldwide satellites There are also some calculators regarding DVB-S & DVB-C and digital carriers.
July 7th 03 08:02 PM
by HJK Go to last post
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