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  # 249665 22-Aug-2009 14:43
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Oh OK, wasn't aware of that, thanks.

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  # 251736 30-Aug-2009 14:11
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Hi Im new to this, I have
12483 22500 H TVNZ
12456 22500 H Media works
But cant get
12646 12600 V SBS Australia
I have 2 recievers.
on one it is 12483 22500 h for Tvnz and on the other it is 13222 22500 h what is happening here.
Also Im no sure why I cant make 12646 12600 v work.


 
 
 
 


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  # 251745 30-Aug-2009 15:22
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On my box it's tuned on 12648MHz not 12646MHz.

I can only just barely get it on a 46cm dish. It's about 67% quality on a 60cm.

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  # 251749 30-Aug-2009 15:32
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Another thought, if both receivers are on and connected to the same dish, depending on the splitter you use and if it's a dual pol single feed LNB, if one receiver is running with horizontal polarisation the other receiver will not get vertical. The highest voltage to the LNB will win, 18V for H.

As for the 13222MHz on your second receiver, is the LNB L.O setting in the receiver set correctly? They are usually 11300 or 10750. I think I had a 10.5GHz one once aswell.

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  # 252001 31-Aug-2009 17:25
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I realise that I have to have the second reciever turned off when tuning, I still cant get 12646 V 12600 is there any thing else I should know..

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  # 252018 31-Aug-2009 18:11
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Did you try 12648 aswell?

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  # 254146 8-Sep-2009 19:50
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Hey sweet I worked out that when I turn of the second reciever, it has to be properly turned of at the wall otherwise it still sends dcv to the dish. Is there any thing else to tune into, what about the other satelittes, I cant stop now I got this far without wrecking any thing. Is it worth while getting a second dish or a bigger one. I have a dual LNB that I was going to try but reading the other posts it might be a rubbish of an idea. What do you think.

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  # 254923 11-Sep-2009 00:18
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petermcg: I have a dual LNB that I was going to try but reading the other posts it might be a rubbish of an idea. What do you think.


Hi petermcg,

If it's a Zinwell ZKF-DJ21 Mono Block LNBF, then Yes!

Cheers,  Wild Bill.

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  # 254941 11-Sep-2009 07:27
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Anyone having any audio problems with Prime?  Its slighty distorted for me, the best way for me to describe it is 'wobbly'. 




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  # 259235 29-Sep-2009 04:41
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YAY prime is here on DVB-s i wouldn't have known if not for doing a accidental channel scan, it seems i now have 18 channels, pretty crap that 4 are TVone (1, 800, 801,802) and 1 (N47/65534) doesn't show anything and the other 1 is some dodgy (N47/1932) liggins institute whatever that is

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  # 259306 29-Sep-2009 10:54
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yeah, why are there so many channel 1's?? couldn't they at least do a time delay like tv3 on channel 8 (is tv3 delayed by an hour). Would be handy if we had tv1 delayed by one and two hours




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