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Topic # 30975 27-Feb-2009 19:56
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Hi,

I've just bought a Avermedia AverTV DVB-T volar X usb tuner. After installing and searching for channels, all I get are TV3 and C4. I've tried ranges between 5000-800000.

I've searched up a few places, and people who used this model could find TVNZ channels.

Any ideas?


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  Reply # 198434 27-Feb-2009 20:11
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What type of aerial are you using? Odds are it's the cause of the problem.



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  Reply # 198436 27-Feb-2009 20:20
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Umm It's the normal white cable...

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  Reply # 198438 27-Feb-2009 20:32
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And.. where does the cable lead to? Odds are you don't have a suitable UHF aerial. Or if you do have a UHF aerial that it's potentially damaged or you are in a marginal coverage area or have poor quality cabling.


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  Reply # 198439 27-Feb-2009 20:37
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sbiddle: And.. where does the cable lead to? Odds are you don't have a suitable UHF aerial. Or if you do have a UHF aerial that it's potentially damaged or you are in a marginal coverage area or have poor quality cabling.



Or the cable goes into the wall.. and then its nailed into a beam.. and then cut..

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