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Topic # 65059 28-Jul-2010 18:53
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Hi there

I've got an indoor UHF aerial connected up to my new EyeTV hybrid (with EyeTV 3.4). It's pretty cool.

However, when I auto-tune it, I can only get the TVNZ channels (TV ONE, TV2, TVNZ 6 and TVNZ 7).

Any idea how I get the other Freeview channels?

Cheers! 

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  Reply # 357989 28-Jul-2010 22:08
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Get a proper antenna.




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  Reply # 357993 28-Jul-2010 22:20
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+1 what Richms said.

Also - try a manual tune.
Here are the frequencies for NZ:
http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/digital-terrestrial-i-8.html




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  Reply # 358059 29-Jul-2010 02:18
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PatrickNZ: Hi there

I've got an indoor UHF aerial connected up to my new EyeTV hybrid (with EyeTV 3.4). It's pretty cool.

However, when I auto-tune it, I can only get the TVNZ channels (TV ONE, TV2, TVNZ 6 and TVNZ 7).

Any idea how I get the other Freeview channels?

Cheers! 


Failure to tune 2 of 3 muxes suggests poor signal quality.
Where are you?
http://lincrad.co.nz/transmittersites.html

Moving your aerial may fix the problem. But it might be too small to get a good signal.

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