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Topic # 57604 18-Feb-2010 17:10
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The picture quality is awesome but there is one problem though, you can't actually record two channels while watching a third...

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  Reply # 300193 18-Feb-2010 17:35
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Does the advertising advise this?

If so speak to sky

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  Reply # 300197 18-Feb-2010 17:51
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edwinprakash: The picture quality is awesome but there is one problem though, you can't actually record two channels while watching a third...


I think the third in the advert refers to a pre-recorded program rather than a third live channel.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 300201 18-Feb-2010 18:33
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Hmmm, that's strange...can record two and watch live here. Does your Sky box have two coaxial cables running into it? 

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  Reply # 300203 18-Feb-2010 18:42
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Same here, I often record One and MTV at the same time while watching TV2.

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  Reply # 300204 18-Feb-2010 18:52
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Yep me as well, record 2 and watch another




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  Reply # 300208 18-Feb-2010 19:00
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Doesn't the MySky box have 2 internal tuners? This should mean you could record any number of channels from two transponders while watching a recorded program. This explains being able to record/watch TV1, TV2 (on same transponder) and MTV...

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  Reply # 300215 18-Feb-2010 19:28
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I understand mysky hdi has 4 tuners, one is dedicated to download pay per view movies.



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  Reply # 300284 19-Feb-2010 08:57
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Hmmm... from what I've read, it does have 4 tuners. Will need to check how many coax cables are plugged into it though.

I'll have another play with it tonight and hopefully it works as advertised.

Thanks

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  Reply # 300286 19-Feb-2010 09:08
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Did you get an accredited technician to install your MySky??

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  Reply # 300290 19-Feb-2010 09:14
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it has 4 tuners one is for the EPG an the other 3 are for recording and viewing channels.




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  Reply # 300292 19-Feb-2010 09:16
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The MySky HDi has 4 tuners, the Mk1 MySky has 2. You should be able to record 2 and watch 1, the 4th tuner is locked up for OnDemand stuff.

Talk to sky.

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  Reply # 300293 19-Feb-2010 09:19
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edwinprakash: Hmmm... from what I've read, it does have 4 tuners. Will need to check how many coax cables are plugged into it though.

I'll have another play with it tonight and hopefully it works as advertised.

Thanks


I thought it would be a simple decoder change but found that it needed more coax and a change to the LNB. It was raining when the installer arrived so that part was deferred. You probably got the same guy :)

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  Reply # 300298 19-Feb-2010 09:28
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Lnb will not cause. This
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  Reply # 300304 19-Feb-2010 09:40
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I have found that sometimes I cannot record two channels and watch a third IF there is another show due to start recording immediately at the end of one of the ones currently being recorded i.e. record ch1 due to end at 6PM, record ch2 due to end at 6PM, record ch3 due to start at 3PM, and watching ch4 if all of that makes sense!



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  Reply # 300519 20-Feb-2010 13:41
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Checked the user guide and found that you can record two channels and watch a third prerecorded program. Although there are 4 tuners in the box, only two are currently in use.

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