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sunnymuth

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#138208 24-Dec-2013 23:09
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So I live in an apartment in Auckland CBD and I'm using Windows Media Centre on my laptop with a TV tuner. When I run a scan I get all the channels but the mediaworks channels eg. TV3, C4, Four. I'm using the antenna port from my apartment.

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  #957167 25-Dec-2013 07:40
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Talk to your neighbours, and see how they are getting on (they may have sky)

Then you could speak to the building manager.

Bad reception can lead to one mux dropping off

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  #957186 25-Dec-2013 09:22
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Stupid question but is it a UHF antenna port?

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