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Master Geek


Topic # 31381 16-Mar-2009 10:10
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Hi,

I have a question for those of you using MediaPortal with a Hauppauge HVR2200 DVB-T card.

I am having a few issues with recordings on TV1 and TV2 at the moment and I've noticed in my "tvserver_tv.log" file the following lines:

2009-03-15 11:46:19.984375 [9]: **************************************************
2009-03-15 11:46:19.984375 [9]: ***** SIGNAL LEVEL: 0, SIGNAL QUALITY: 100 *****
2009-03-15 11:46:19.984375 [9]: **************************************************

Can someone else using a HVR2200 please let me know if they also get a signal level of 0?

I suspect that this is normal but I just want to confirm so I can (hopefully) cross it off my list of possible causes.

Thanks
Andy

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  Reply # 201441 16-Mar-2009 16:29
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Yeah its perfectly normal from what i recall. Haven't used mine in a while.

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  Reply # 201482 16-Mar-2009 19:52
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If you select "Tuning Details" from the context menu when watching live TV you can get info on the signal quality and signal level. I found this useful when setting up my UHF antenna



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  Reply # 201625 17-Mar-2009 14:41
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Thanks for the replies guys.

eXDee, I'm fairly confident that, as you say, the signal level of 0 is normal, since my LiveTV reception seems to be perfect.

There must be someone else out there using Mediaportal and an HVR2200 who can confirm it for me...

Thanks
Andy

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