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# 214037 25-Apr-2017 09:38
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Hi Everyone,

 

 

 

I'm Setting up TvHeadend, Closest Mast is SugarLoaf here in Christchurch,

 

As far as im aware i am setting the right Frequencies, but when it scans they all ened up having failed results, am i missing a step?

 

 

 

Please help 

 

 

 

Cheers


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Ultimate Geek
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  # 1770213 25-Apr-2017 14:37
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If you haven't already looked, this guy has an excellent guide for doing exactly this (and he's based in Christchurch):

http://www.matthuisman.nz/2017/03/KODI-TvHeadend-Setup-for-Freeview-NZ.html?m=1



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Wannabe Geek


  # 1770231 25-Apr-2017 15:57
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Yeah that's the post I'm following, but with a bit more trying, I've put it down to the crappy antenna that comes with it, as certain parts of house allows partial or complete scans,

 
 
 
 


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  # 1770509 26-Apr-2017 10:00
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@ashtonaut

 

That's me smile


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  # 1770822 26-Apr-2017 18:00
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@mattrix Ah yes, of course :)

@nzphoneowner I have had no issues with Matt's instructions in Christchurch, pointing at Sugarloaf, but I am using our house roof antenna. I suspect you might not get far with the tiny little aerial that comes with the cheap USB dongles. I never tried using mine but would be surprised if it worked well.

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