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Topic # 105938 14-Jul-2012 14:45
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So, I deleted by mistake the settings in an Ultraplus 700HDMI decoder (don't ask) and now need to fix it so the other half will be happy again. 

What are the settings for it, to pick up Freeview. 

Thanks


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  Reply # 655643 14-Jul-2012 18:45
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Freeview settings are.

12456  SR22500 H and 12483 SR 22500 H    Trackside setting is 12671  SR 22500 H

Optus D1 channel plan is here.

http://www.lyngsat.com/Optus-D1.html

Hope this helps.



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  Reply # 655663 14-Jul-2012 19:02
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Thanks, expect now Choice is called Stratos, and TV One Plus 1 is still TVNZ 7, guess they will sort themselves out.  No big deal if not. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 655669 14-Jul-2012 19:12
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semigeek: Thanks, expect now Choice is called Stratos, and TV One Plus 1 is still TVNZ 7, guess they will sort themselves out.  No big deal if not. 



Forgot to add that the LNB frequency will be 10750 or 11300.

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Reply # 655670 14-Jul-2012 19:17
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semigeek: Thanks, expect now Choice is called Stratos, and TV One Plus 1 is still TVNZ 7, guess they will sort themselves out.  No big deal if not. 

Thats how my Ultraplus x-9200 is set up.  I renamed stratos to choice and TVNZ 7 to  TV One plus 1.  Only problem I have is no epg on those 2 channels.




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  Reply # 655671 14-Jul-2012 19:19
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Gilco2:
semigeek: Thanks, expect now Choice is called Stratos, and TV One Plus 1 is still TVNZ 7, guess they will sort themselves out.  No big deal if not. 

Thats how my Ultraplus x-9200 is set up.  I renamed stratos to choice and TVNZ 7 to  TV One plus 1.  Only problem I have is no epg on those 2 channels.


I had to do a rescan on my STB to get the EPG.

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