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Topic # 82516 30-Apr-2011 18:27
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I got about 6 japanese/korean channels with my freeview and i noticed its not part of the list of channels on the freeview website. is this common?

are you able to manually input some frequencies for more sky channels? Laughing

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  Reply # 463992 30-Apr-2011 18:40
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cloujust: I got about 6 japanese/korean channels with my freeview and i noticed its not part of the list of channels on the freeview website. is this common?

are you able to manually input some frequencies for more sky channels? Laughing



Your talking about DTT CH40 ~ 43??  If so these are coming AKL Sky Tower  along with Shine on CH25.  They are test channels I believe..  FV certified devices can't pick up these channels as they seem top be locked out as a friend of mine discovered  when his nice new FreeView TV  couldn't tune into Shine.




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  Reply # 464009 30-Apr-2011 20:01
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Those channels aren't part of Sky so the title is a little miss leading.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 464030 30-Apr-2011 21:23
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I received those Korean & Jap channels on my TV too, with freeview built in.




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