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#30701 18-Feb-2009 13:54
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Not finding any answers anywhere so let's get specific...

If you are using the HVR-2200 with an Analogue Cable setup (like say the Sky STB feeding the card) are you able to receive Prime (NZ channels like 316 or 319) equally well on BOTH tuners?

If yes, can you tell me anything about how you set the card up?

I took my card back and was able to swap it out (thanks, ComputerLounge!) but I still cannot get Prime on analogue tuner #2.  Using the latest HCW driver 7.6.1.27023

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  #196557 18-Feb-2009 17:06
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You using the s-video in or the TV plugs? If using the s-video in then I am fairly sure you are stuffed as you assign the s-video to one or other of the turners, not both.
If you are using the TV plugs then you need to connect to both as each is assigned to a different tuner.







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  #196571 18-Feb-2009 17:42
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Nety: You using the s-video in or the TV plugs? If using the s-video in then I am fairly sure you are stuffed as you assign the s-video to one or other of the turners, not both.
If you are using the TV plugs then you need to connect to both as each is assigned to a different tuner.


Thanks Nety!

I am running the STB into the cable/antenna port of the card.  Do you mean I have to run 1 s-video PLUS the STB cable?  Everything else shows up on tuner #2 but from TV1 (channel 7) the picture gets progrssively grainy to the point its annoying with Sky (230) and Prime doesn't even show up.  It's like the further out the spectrum the more it is off-target.


 
 
 
 


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  #196781 19-Feb-2009 20:52
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Not quite sure it I understand how you have this all hanging together.

First I take it Sky is digial or is it analogue? If it is digital I am not sure how the picture can get worse as you can only get the channel that the sky box is on and that will be as good as the feed from the STB. or is the feed from the STB also connected to a analogue aerial?







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  #196803 19-Feb-2009 22:06
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Nety: Not quite sure it I understand how you have this all hanging together.

First I take it Sky is digial or is it analogue? If it is digital I am not sure how the picture can get worse as you can only get the channel that the sky box is on and that will be as good as the feed from the STB. or is the feed from the STB also connected to a analogue aerial?


I've got Sky digital service and my standard Pace STB with RF In from the UHF.  The RF Out which used to go to my tele goes into the HVR-2200 cable/antenna connector.

If I use PowerCinema as a tool and set up TV Analogue/Cable #1 and #2, scanning for channels, everything scans fine on tuner #1, but the problems occur on tuner #2.

It's  consistent with PowerCinema, WinTV, GBPVR, so it isn't an app issue.



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  #197326 22-Feb-2009 17:53
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Well  came up with a work around, I think.

I am now running my STB Scart into the HVR-2200 s-video and the antenna into the antenna/cable lead.

Setup an analogue device on tuner 1 using s-video and ONLY receiving Sky.

Setup another analogue on tuner 2 receiving everything else (including Prime).

Setup digital on tuner 2 for Freeview.

Everything seems OK, but I have no idea why I now can get Prime on tuner 2!?!?

At this point I don't really care since most of my needs are currently met.


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