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Topic # 54424 17-Dec-2009 12:21
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Hello all. I have recently moved to the MacBookPro, Snow Leopard, and have set up the EyeTV Hybrid TV tuner. I have updated to EyeTV software version 3.3. I even have the XMLTV guide working and updating via a script file which I could not do in Windows 7. This all works very well except for Stratos TV on Freeview. When autotuned Stratos is recognised as a channel on DVB-T at 730MHz, the screen apparently resizes and tunes in to it but it is black and there is no sound. All other channels are working well. Am I doing something wrong? Do I need to set it another frequency? Any ideas appreciated.

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  Reply # 283432 17-Dec-2009 12:28
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Hi Stratos is only on the FreeView satellite service, I am surpised its listed in the DTT SI, must be some historic appendage.


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  Reply # 283437 17-Dec-2009 12:44
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Ahh, well that would explain it! I will stop trying then. Many thanks for your rapid reply.

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