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Topic # 90147 15-Sep-2011 20:56
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Hi guys, trying to setup my new TV Tuner with MediaPortal (also trying WMC)

I believe the Ngarara site changed it's frequencies recently (some time around August?), but I can't seem to find out the new frequencies.

 I've gone to this site that states Ngarara is 666000, 730000 and 762000.
http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/digital-terrestrial-i-8.html


I live in Waikanae and with the antenna pointing right at the site I can't find any channels

I did however find all the channels on frequencies:
570
586
602

By the way, I've edited the Kapiti - Ngarara xml file so it has 570, 586, and 602. They weren't present in the default xml file.

Have they been changed to these? I get OK quality pictures, but not as good as through the Sony TV.

Can anyone confirm the new frequency?

Thanks

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  Reply # 521977 16-Sep-2011 14:34
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Hi

Yes it looks like the channels were restacked in your area about two weeks ago. See -->here<--. You might need to use that in combination with the Freeviewshop info to double-check the frequencies. I've never bothered to work out the frequency <--> channel number conversion.

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