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Topic # 29260 31-Dec-2008 08:52
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I just bought one of those cheap cellphones that have a digital tv tuners built into them.  

It has just one setting "central frequency" and wants a 6 digit number in khz???? 


Anyone know how to set it up?

thanks

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  Reply # 186789 31-Dec-2008 09:05
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Sorry no DVB-H services exist in NZ.




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  Reply # 186796 31-Dec-2008 10:23
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i have a friend using a simlar phone to mine and getting tv in nz. Are you sure?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 186960 2-Jan-2009 01:41
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There are cheap phones from china with both dvb-t and analog tuners in them, dvb is useless here but the analog ones work ok, if you are happy with their lack of widescreen modes meaning that the picture is distorted, and that the reception is useless because its all on VHF then they are fine...




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