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  # 252041 31-Aug-2009 19:58
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Just add the following TP to D1 and do a scan to watch them:
Freq: 12646MHz
Pol: Vertical
SR: 12600



The above lists a freq of 12646MHz

However, on the lyngsat listings for D1 they have no listing for this frequency but have SBS listed as follows

Freq: 12648MHz
Pol: Vertical
SR: 12600

Is lyngsat wrong? Is freeviewshop wrong? has anybody tried the above frequency setting to see if it works?
Is there really any difference between the two settings?

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  # 252083 31-Aug-2009 23:12
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the 12646 frequency gives me channels, 12648 does not. perhaps the two frequencies are broadcasting from different transponders, one that I can see, one i cannot?




 
 
 
 


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  # 252108 1-Sep-2009 08:12
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I'm gonna try it out next weekend. Perhaps Lyngsat is wrong about the frequency - because if it was correct we should be able to pick it up here in NZ as it is on a nanz beam - same as freeview.

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  # 252175 1-Sep-2009 11:53
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the frequencies vary slightly depending a little on your setup, I think it's the LNB that makes a difference.


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  # 252283 1-Sep-2009 15:59
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farcus,

I have a Digistar similar to the one I believe you purchased, and SBS channels are booming in using the freeviewshop settings. I believe Lyngsat got it wrong.

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  # 252309 1-Sep-2009 17:03
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I can tune in using either 12646 or 12648 just fine using a DVB-S card.

One thing to note is that the Network Information inside the DVB Stream actually specifies the Terrestrial frequencies for Tasmania so isn't useful as a reference point.





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