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Topic # 85097 13-Jun-2011 23:40
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Hi been researching a unit for my car but need a little more advice before hitting buy now

Some of the readers here may of heard of the Emperor Road king car stereo but a little confusion on my part or maybe bad advertising but I will do a little cutting and pasting from the adds

DVB-T information
- Digital TV receiving standard: MPEG-2
- Automatic and manual search
- Display: 16:9, 4:3
- Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Vietnamese, Chinese

Media player information
- Video formats supported (up tp 1080p): H.264, MPEG 1/2, MPEG 4, VC-1, Real Video 8/9/10, H.263
- Audio formats supported: MP3 / WMA / EAAC+ / AC3
- Image formats supported: JPG
 
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DVB-T Information :





    • Digital TV receiving standard: MPEG-2 and MPEG-4 (100% works, please search DVB-T on wikipedia.com for the coverage of your city)







    • Automatic and manual search







    • Display: 16:9, 4:3







    • Languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Vietnamese, Chinese





So my question here would be is there a separate decoder in the tuner or is it all done with software for watching NZ DVB-t or would they both in fact be separate units for different countries ?

These look like a mean machine to have but the site I was going from cancelled my order over the weekend and increased their prices by $ us 100  other places have them $ us 100 cheaper but dont advertise DVB-t MPEG2 + MPEG4

I was just curious as under media player info their is H.264 and MPEG4

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  Reply # 481662 15-Jun-2011 23:04
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More than likely wont work in NZ as we use 8 Mhz channel spacing




 

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  Reply # 481684 16-Jun-2011 06:15
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injuised: More than likely wont work in NZ as we use 8 Mhz channel spacing


8MHz is the norm, it's only Australia that uses non standard spacing.

As to whether it would work I don't think anybody could answer that question with 100% confidence.

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