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stevemat

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#29487 8-Jan-2009 23:22
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I have just purchased the latest version of DVBViewer and can tune all 18 channels, but can't get any sound.

Can anyone supply the correct NZ DirextX settings.    I suspect I don;t have the required audio codec

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  #188313 8-Jan-2009 23:30
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i take it you're referring to Freeview|HD? (aka DVB-T)

You need to install something like Monogram AAC decoder, then set that under DirectX for your AAC audio decoder

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