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Topic # 5346 21-Oct-2005 00:33
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ok. got my MCE. and setting it up.

it is HP m7199a, with dual tuners capabilty, with 2x A/V inputs and 2x S-Video inputs.


I find the tv signal set up is hard and stupid. it only found few channels and i can't manually add channels.

and also, it doesn't allow me to do combo for dual tuners. i.e. RF antenna, and A/V for set top box.



next, the ir blaster for telstraclear digital decoder is not recognised, so have to manually teaching MCE and it's not perfect either. :-(



anyone know how to get dual tuners working with RF in and A/V in... and also, is there anyway to get take input from A/Vs or S-Video, without going through the TV signal set up?




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  Reply # 21901 22-Oct-2005 20:37
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working with RF in and A/V in... and also

You can't as such, both tuners need to be using the same input type either both RF or both A/V in



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  Reply # 21928 24-Oct-2005 15:53
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yeah that's what i found to too.. shame! :-(




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