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# 198993 30-Jul-2016 18:57
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my mums htpc using an avermedia card and WMC plays all the channels but radio NZ on channel 50 is silent. we can select it but no sound. ive tried rescanning both from WMC and the guide...

 

its receiving from Kopukairua in tauranga..

 

 

 

anyone else having issues with RNZ channel 50?


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  # 1601461 30-Jul-2016 21:49
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No problem receiving channel 50 on my UHF STB in Hastings. I am listening as I type this.

 

 





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  # 1601473 30-Jul-2016 22:44
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Ok so who do I complain to about this? Whow looks after the radio station feeds to Freeview?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1601479 30-Jul-2016 22:56
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RNZ National converted to a TV channel a few months ago.  The audio stream is the normal National Programme, with various graphics being shown on the video stream.  On Wharite, it also moved from the Kordia mux to the new fourth mux (with Apna, Al Jazeera and the new HGTV channel).  So you probably need to rescan the channels and then look for it under the TV channels if WMC splits them between radio and TV.




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  # 1601790 31-Jul-2016 18:14
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thanks. channel 50 apparently stopped working just last week. maybe they left a few weeks overlap?

 

i did a quick rescan and didnt find any new RNZchannels but ill do it again when i go around there again


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  # 1601952 31-Jul-2016 22:20
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Yes, the old radio only channel was left running for a few weeks, but without a name so it would not show up on a new scan.  The new TV channel is still numbered as channel 50.


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