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#41756 22-Sep-2009 18:18
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we have got the mysky, we have got a jaycar modulater (sp), not sure on how to connect it up, lots of plugs and no idea on where to put them, could someone please explain in terms a blonde would understand, many thanks

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Wannabe Geek

  #257621 22-Sep-2009 18:32
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Further to add to that is its mysky Hdi, incase that makes a difference, please can someone help

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  #257855 23-Sep-2009 15:42
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Hi, The modullator will have AV inputs that connect to the SD AV composite and L&R or just L audio from the MySkyHDi. The RF output you connect via RG6 (or RG59 if you must) to a remote TV or via a splitter to several TVs. On the front panel of the modulator is a RED LED display, you should set this to Channel 36, to do this press the SET button and hold till the display starts flashing, then use the up/down butttons to set it to 36 then once you press no buttons for some 10secs or so it should stop flashing and show 36 solid.

Now go to the TVs that are connected to the RF output, tune them to ch36 (start scanning from the bottom of the UHF band and you should soon find it. Job done.



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  #257857 23-Sep-2009 15:50
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Doh! double post


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