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Topic # 84515 1-Jun-2011 15:56
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i have a jinya001 DVB-S i have noticed a wiring wobbly sound in the back round (hard not to notice) it is not on all channels just some, does any one know whats going on?

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  Reply # 476769 1-Jun-2011 17:43
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Fan?



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Reply # 476778 1-Jun-2011 18:10
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no ive got nothing that would interfere with the sound, and some of the channels don't make it.

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  Reply # 476799 1-Jun-2011 19:03
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The brand name says it all

Bought of trademe , usual story , buyer beware

Why do people buy the cheapest junk they can find, and then expect it to work like a more expensive item

IMO throw it in the skip , spend a few more dollars and buy something that is going to work   




 



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  Reply # 476806 1-Jun-2011 19:13
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yea i no but im an unemployed student i could barly afford this, but why would it do it on some channels and not others, im pretty sure its not the machine, but the frequency but i am a real newbie hobbyist to all this is it the lnb? im using a dual lmb sky 60cm dish is there any thing im may be doing wrong?

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  Reply # 476819 1-Jun-2011 19:40
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aaronr76: i have a jinya001 DVB-S i have noticed a wiring wobbly sound in the back round (hard not to notice) it is not on all channels just some, does any one know whats going on?


Do you mean a whirring wobbly sound in the background? That would make more sense.



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Reply # 476856 1-Jun-2011 21:46
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yea sorry about that (stupid spell cheak).

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  Reply # 476860 1-Jun-2011 21:55
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is this odd sound out of the unit or your tv or do you have this connected to a receiver?

The warehouse has a unit for like $80. Seriously agree with the comments above. If yours is busted then return it and get something that works.



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  Reply # 476865 1-Jun-2011 22:04
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yes its coming from the unit though the tv but as i said before its fine on some channels, im sure it could be the lmb

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  Reply # 476869 1-Jun-2011 22:17
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it cant be the lnb if the sound is coming from the STB


sounds like an internal fault in the unit

Listen to what the experts are saying

Get your money back

The warehouse ones are rebadged DTVS  units

One of the best DVBS freeview approved STBs on the market            




 

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  Reply # 476872 1-Jun-2011 22:19
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Try adjusting your volume levels , tv or stb




 



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  Reply # 476881 1-Jun-2011 23:11
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yea iv tryed that but nothing changed Frown,

as much as it pains me i think you guys are right, look like i beta start saving up

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  Reply # 476951 2-Jun-2011 09:46
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How much did you pay for your cheap unit?

If it's $50 and doesn't work well then another $30 - $40 gets you one that does work and that has the freeview approved MHEG5 EPG as well as the basic EIT one.

The menus are easy to follow and intuitive which is usually the other bit that suffers when you opt for a no name cheap product.

I don't think you can say a product that doesn't work properly is cheap as you've still paid money for something that doesn't work. You're not comparing apples with apples, so I think the warehouse one is cheap. I never could understand why you'd opt for a digistar etc when you can now get the warehouse dtvs one or the ultraplus 700 hdmi unit for under $150.



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  Reply # 477013 2-Jun-2011 12:05
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$37 if you count postage,

yea i supose i should have studied up on the before i got one,

oh well you live and learn, thanks for all your feedback

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