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Topic # 113426 16-Jan-2013 18:02
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Hello folks

I am testing TVHeadEnd on my Synology NAS to see if I can get it working with my HDHomeRun. I'm using Mt KauKau, so what should I enter in the MUX information for each MUX?










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  Reply # 745866 16-Jan-2013 18:51
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From a casual look at that screenshot, it looks like that is a DVB-C config screen (i.e. cable TV). Wouldn't Kaukau be DVB-T (terrestrial)?

Having said that, I know essentially nothing about HDHomeRun, so may have gone off on a tangent ;-)



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  Reply # 745873 16-Jan-2013 18:53
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Kaukau is DVB-T. HDHomeRun is DVB-T. I don't know why this app is asking for this information (just installed it as an add on to the NAS and seeing if the HDHomeRun add-on works with it).




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 745875 16-Jan-2013 18:54
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Hmmm. Perhaps better talk to the guy who wrote the plugin - the HDHomerun is showing as DVB-C instead of DVB-T.

Ok, will put this topic on hold then...







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  Reply # 745883 16-Jan-2013 19:25
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Ok... I entered 592000, 7230000 baudrate and got the MediaWorks MUX. What are the parameters for the TVNZ MUX then?







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  Reply # 745888 16-Jan-2013 19:34
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Hi, those latter numbers are correct, I can only assume that the AFC in the tuner managed to make 594 work at 592

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