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Topic # 101872 10-May-2012 19:25
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Just tried listening to BaseFM via Freeview DVB-S.

EPG is visible, but the audio seems to be silent.

Other stations - Concert / National etc. seem to be fine.

Anyone else noticed the same issue?

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  Reply # 623156 10-May-2012 19:46
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Working fine here.. Audio isn't that loud though.




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  Reply # 623175 10-May-2012 20:07
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Interesting. All the other radio channels are working fine, but with BaseFM, I get silence. It seems to be a 160kbps audio stream that is just silent...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 623177 10-May-2012 20:10
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What type of box are you using to receive it?

I'm on Cable. The channel is sourced off Freeview Sat.




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  Reply # 623188 10-May-2012 20:34
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Tried a couple of different sat boxes... If you're getting it OK, must be something I'm doing wrong - back to the drawing board!

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