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  Reply # 464229 1-May-2011 18:13
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Oh damn. Guess it'll have to be an RCA extension.

The T-box has a TV aerial socket to solve this doesn't it? 

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  Reply # 464235 1-May-2011 18:47
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luke96241: Oh damn. Guess it'll have to be an RCA extension.

The T-box has a TV aerial socket to solve this doesn't it? 


No, because it has no need for a TV aerial input.




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  Reply # 464236 1-May-2011 19:15
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It has one in the diagram in the manual though.

http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/residential/inhome/tv/pdf/telstraclear-homemedia-tbox-user-guide.pdf 



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  Reply # 464237 1-May-2011 19:21
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luke96241: Oh damn. Guess it'll have to be an RCA extension.

The T-box has a TV aerial socket to solve this doesn't it? 


There is no reason to have a TV Ariel socket, When you plug into the RF out of the TelstraClear Box, it broadcasts one channel which shows the channel which your TelstraClear Set top box is on and on separate channels it broadcasts TV1, TV2, TV3, Prime, Four, The TelstraClear Weather Channel and Other free to air channels

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  Reply # 464238 1-May-2011 19:21
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luke96241: It has one in the diagram in the manual though.

http://www.telstraclear.co.nz/residential/inhome/tv/pdf/telstraclear-homemedia-tbox-user-guide.pdf 


The second RF input is used to accept a terrestrial aerial connection, so you can continue to passthrough external aerial signals to your TV.

For example, I have a number of TV channels tuned directly to MT Kaukau transmitter via aerial, so my wife can continue to rapid flick between channel 1, 2, 3 when she gets tired of the slower digital interface (via HDMI).
It's a really good way of showing how rubbish standard definition is compared to HD Cool

You then have 1 RF connection to your TV, using RF Out on the PVR.





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  Reply # 464247 1-May-2011 19:58
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Yabanize:
luke96241: Oh damn. Guess it'll have to be an RCA extension.

The T-box has a TV aerial socket to solve this doesn't it??


There is no reason to have a TV?Ariel?socket, When you plug into the RF out of the TelstraClear Box, it broadcasts one channel which shows the channel which your TelstraClear Set top box is on and on?separate?channels it broadcasts TV1, TV2, TV3, Prime, Four, The TelstraClear Weather Channel and Other free to air channels


From tommorow you will not see any other channels (other than the channel your set top box is tuned to) unless you plug a Terrestrial aerial into the antenna in socket.

The analogue platform is being shut off tommorow.




Check out my LPFM Radio Station at www.thecheese.co.nz cool


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  Reply # 464254 1-May-2011 20:16
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ZollyMonsta:
Yabanize:
luke96241: Oh damn. Guess it'll have to be an RCA extension.

The T-box has a TV aerial socket to solve this doesn't it??


There is no reason to have a TV?Ariel?socket, When you plug into the RF out of the TelstraClear Box, it broadcasts one channel which shows the channel which your TelstraClear Set top box is on and on?separate?channels it broadcasts TV1, TV2, TV3, Prime, Four, The TelstraClear Weather Channel and Other free to air channels


From tommorow you will not see any other channels (other than the channel your set top box is tuned to) unless you plug a Terrestrial aerial into the antenna in socket.

The analogue platform is being shut off tommorow.


/me feels sorry for all the CSR's who will get calls tomorrow from people saying their TV no longer works!


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