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Reply # 155728 10-Aug-2008 22:39
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charley: Can you choose the frequency range in mediaportal?

Here's another signal tester.

Thanks Charley, I solved my problem by get a pro install UHF arial for me, very happy with that resultLaughing

I am not sure about how to use mediaportal to choose frequency, and my wife are using my laptop watching TV now
so I coudn't check. It seems quite complexed to me.

I don't get a chance to check the signal strength yet, but what happened is mediaportal failed to pick up any channel
during the testing of the new UHF antenna, but PowerCinema pickuped all the 12 channels right away.

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  Reply # 158683 21-Aug-2008 14:23
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I had a play around with mediaportal in tv server mode. Was gutted to find out that it doesnt support overlay mode. I need that because i like my pc monitor free for pc related stuff. Anyway i followed their instructions for setting up a card and everything worked fine. All terrestrial and analogue channels were picked up. Have you tried medial portal tv server mode?

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