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Topic # 31953 6-Apr-2009 13:54
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i was wondering if i could do this to find vhf channles i heard this can be done 

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  Reply # 205616 6-Apr-2009 18:51
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What software are you planning on using? DVB-t/Analog will pick up VHF on the Analog part of it, just plug the antenna into it and tune away.






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  Reply # 205618 6-Apr-2009 19:06
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hamisht: What software are you planning on using? DVB-t/Analog will pick up VHF on the Analog part of it, just plug the antenna into it and tune away.


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  Reply # 205657 6-Apr-2009 21:37
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You do really need to give some more information such as the software you are using if you want people to be able to help you.

I am assuming you have a suitable external aerial plugged into the TV card?


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