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Topic # 14648 13-Jul-2007 22:39
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Hey there could you please help me?

I have recently purchased the Sony RDR-HX910 and i am wanting to tune my sky channels into the recorder! I have followed the Book for digital tuner setup. and my sky shows up on the channel but my DVD player screen will not show can you help me please??

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  Reply # 78036 13-Jul-2007 23:45
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I have tuned the decoder but only the one channel!! Can I record one channel while watching another?? or can this not happen with this model


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  Reply # 78039 14-Jul-2007 00:13
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No you cannot record one channel and watch another.

Your only option, if you wish to do that, is to get MySky.

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  Reply # 78046 14-Jul-2007 09:26
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If you have a VHF/UHF aerial sitting unused you could connect that up so that you can record the free to air channels while watching a different channel.







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  Reply # 78047 14-Jul-2007 09:32
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ok thanks a lot guys

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