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#38469 29-Jul-2009 21:29
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Got the following via EMail from FreeviewShop



SBS HD and SBS One, SBS TWO, SBS 3 and SBS 4 are all currently broadcasting on OPTUS D1:






Just add the following TP to D1 and do a scan to watch them:
Freq: 12646MHz
Pol: Vertical
SR: 12600


For SBS HD you will need a HD Satellite receiver like the Hyundai AH-3110 or Ultraplus F-9000HD PVR.


Here is a screen shots of SBS HD:






Here is a screen shots of SBS ONE:


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http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/forum/index.php?topic=1011.0


Regards,
The Freeviewshop Forum Team.



So ... excuse my ignorance, but does this mean we can pick up SBS now ? Have tried a few config adjustments in Mediaportal ... but no luck

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  #240335 29-Jul-2009 22:03
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Working for me.




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  #240350 29-Jul-2009 22:32
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Yep - working including SBS HD (ONE HD, 720p, MPEG audio), wonder how long it will last.

Amazing amount of junk on SBS, it would make a perfect compliment to Freeview...

 
 
 
 




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  #240352 29-Jul-2009 22:37
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Hmmmm must be doing something wrong in mediaportal then :(

My INI file Ive created is
12646,v,12600

with LOF1 = 11300
LOF2 = 0
and LNBSW = 20000

but always get no signal


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  #240357 29-Jul-2009 22:40
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won't be there for long.... (based on previous experiences with these)

not sure it was all that smart by Freeview Shop to e-mail all their customers about a feed that isn't likely to hang about.  Unless they know something I don't...

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  #240358 29-Jul-2009 22:41
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Any idea why this is being broadcast on D1 and how long it will last?


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  #240359 29-Jul-2009 22:43
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well considering its now being advertised on geekzone and countless other websites/forums, its only a matter of days before its pulled

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  #240370 29-Jul-2009 23:00
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Somehow I don't think they'll be missed if they go - not exactly hours of riveting content on SBS - unless of course your dead, in which case it would be absolutely stunning viewing...

Then again they could be the newfound Freeview channels, like I said earlier they would fit right in, I can see it now - Freeview announces a stunning new addition to the lineup - SBS + 1.

One the good side they're also broadcasting a complete 7 day EIT guide - so you can see in advance what you won't be watching - unless your dead of course (no offence to dead people), in which case you'll just love it...

 
 
 
 


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  #240371 29-Jul-2009 23:01
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SBS is a very interesting channel. I've already recorded a couple of shows off it tonight.




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  #240401 29-Jul-2009 23:49
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openmedia: SBS is a very interesting channel. I've already recorded a couple of shows off it tonight.


yeah, just caught the end of the doco on Fritjof Nansen, very interesting story.

NZ doesn't really have an equivalent,  Stratos is close, but doesn't carry the same amount of foreign language movies and quality docos. 


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  #241086 31-Jul-2009 20:59
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hmmm well they all work fine on win7 with hauppauge nova-s dvb-s - including the HD channel - but yeah, looks unlikely that i'll watch much on it based on the 7 day guide content...




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  #241090 31-Jul-2009 21:07
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I should have known better than to search for it on a V pol with the mysky going. Does anyone know that if/when we get the new quad throat LNB's with dual coax will that mean we can view both vert and horiz polarity feeds through the one dish?


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  #241115 31-Jul-2009 23:01
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thekiwi: All working fine in MediaPortal for me running the 1.1 alpha. Only issue for me was that the single transponder scan in 1.1 didn't seem to work so I had to put it into the new XML satallite files that it uses and do a full scan.

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  #241487 2-Aug-2009 17:29
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well, it was good while it lasted....

seems to be down now.

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  #241526 2-Aug-2009 19:05
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Still fine for me using mediaportal... 19:05 sunday Aug 2

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  #241573 2-Aug-2009 21:07
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allstarnz: well, it was good while it lasted....

seems to be down now.


still working for me... and still nothing on there i'd go out of my way to watch...




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