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#95399 2-Jan-2012 15:23
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Managed to pick up the tennis on an Aussie TV channel today called "Tennis"

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vid pid 1365
audio pid 1325
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  #563772 2-Jan-2012 15:34
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Optus D1 I presume?

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  #563776 2-Jan-2012 15:53
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Yip on D1, getting it here also.

 
 
 
 


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  #563787 2-Jan-2012 16:28
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is there any picture? just did a scan in wmc, picked it up, but no picture or audio...

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  #563806 2-Jan-2012 17:43
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  #564338 4-Jan-2012 14:03
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rscole86: Yip on D1, getting it here also.


I am getting the signal a bit distorted anything on your end \


using a 76 cm dish  




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  #564372 4-Jan-2012 15:37
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I also picked this up but with no audio or video.

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  #564376 4-Jan-2012 15:43
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Everything is fine on a 63 cm dish here.. and there are 2 audio 'channels' one with commentators and the other without.

 
 
 
 


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  #564380 4-Jan-2012 15:58
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The channel 7 feed is a bit rubbish on my normally tuned well sky dish/LNB here in quakeville.

Blindscanning now for an alternate as the above doesn't get a hit on my strong.

Or the house may have sunk some more with the 40 barrow loads of silt that I had to dig out..

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  #564383 4-Jan-2012 16:02
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Thanks Guys, Had to adjust my LNB and now way better almost looks HD :) 

Can you give me the frequencies for the audio channels and tell me which one is which,

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  #564394 4-Jan-2012 16:34
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As with the 2nd thread on this, Audio is embedded in the stream

Find your audio button and select it, picking the different languages (2x English)

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  #564417 4-Jan-2012 17:48
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Oblivian: As with the 2nd thread on this, Audio is embedded in the stream

Find your audio button and select it, picking the different languages (2x English)


Thank-you get them now,

Hopefully someone can get the Australian Open frequency on the 15th so we can watch some more  




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  #566051 8-Jan-2012 12:59
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Anyone picked up the 7TWO Coverage of The Apia International 8th-14th? 




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  #566108 8-Jan-2012 15:03
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On now ... usual spot !

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  #566193 8-Jan-2012 18:45
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No not anymore, I was looking for the Apia International 




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