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# 211618 4-Apr-2017 15:23
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Hi All

 

after confirming with one off the members that the ua32k5500 would receive hd fta i decided to get one as no need for sat decoder as already built in ,so managed to get it to work  on freeview and also free to air on intelsat19 and also the french fta channels,but i cannot get it to work on cband first issues was a poor cband signal have fixed that problem and getting good receiption on my satbox but re the samsung tv it will not pickup cband signals i suspect that the inversion is turned off for cband operation and is only allowing ku band operation. can anyone help if i could get hold off the service menu access code there maybe some way to check in the service menu.Hope someone can help,have tried samsung but they have a one track mind and have no idea what cband is. Thanks


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  # 1757073 5-Apr-2017 14:53
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PROBLEM FIXED convert cband frequency to lbnd then add this to ku local ocillator frequency and now i have signal
Eg transponder frequency 4140 -5150 cband lo =1010 lband 1010+9750 ku lo=10760 ku frequency now enter this new frequency under the ku settings and i have signal it is possible that the satellite tuner in the tv does not recognize cband lo 5150 or 5750 but recognizes ku lo


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