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Topic # 57197 5-Feb-2010 14:57
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I just downloaded and installed the latest Hypermedia (which finally got the T-stick working) but when using the auto-scan function Hypermedia fails to find TV1/TV2/TV3/c4 yet locates Prime, Chinese TV etc.  I thought to try and manual tune but can't find any reference to the frequencies for these "basic" chanels.  Can anyone guide me please?

Thanks in advance, Alan

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  Reply # 296430 5-Feb-2010 15:12
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Hi Alan

I think it varies based on region/transmitter. For example, the Wharite (Manawatu) frequencies are 690MHz, 706MHz and 778MHz. Try having a look here: http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/...

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  Reply # 296445 5-Feb-2010 16:05
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Thanks - from this reference I am receiving from Waiatarau Auckland as all stations show frequency 666000.
I still can't see how to manually set up to get TV1, 2, 3 & 4 though
What are Video PIM, Audio PIM please?

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  Reply # 296503 5-Feb-2010 20:02
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You're welcome. I'm only sorry that I can't help with the PIMs... I would have thought that if you scan the right frequencies (using 8MHz bandwidth) you should pick up the channels no problem.

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