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Topic # 90220 16-Sep-2011 17:59
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have trouble getting this on my Hyundai AH3110 DVS2

can get SBS easy but not the above, is it still around??


Tried manually entering the details on lyngsat.com but no success


funny thing is that I did a blind scan using another receive an get diff details for SBS     
   
I think for SBS it was 13918V whereas lyngsat said it was 12648V for nZ beam

what gives??? 

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  Reply # 522130 16-Sep-2011 19:57
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Gem, Nine, and Go all up and running at my place.
Not sure about the SBS thing - I get SBS HD and TWO on 12648V.

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  Reply # 522206 17-Sep-2011 00:24
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hbngan: have trouble getting this on my Hyundai AH3110 DVS2


Nine, Gem and Go working here on a Hyundai AH3110.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 522318 17-Sep-2011 13:31
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what TP freq are you using 

12398V?? 

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  Reply # 522341 17-Sep-2011 15:00
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Transponder settings:
Frequency: 12398mhz
Symbol Rate: 11909
Polarity: Vertical
Modulation: DVB-S2 / 8PSK
FEC: 2/3
Pilot: On

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  Reply # 522502 17-Sep-2011 23:42
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I swapped my LNB several weeks ago and was having problems with the Channel Nine stations but not SBS; these stations seem very sensitive to the LNB skew (which I set up for SBS thinking they were more sensitive). Try adjusting your LNB a little to see if the skew is off? All channels are working fine now on both my Hyundai  and Ultraplus boxes.

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  Reply # 522587 18-Sep-2011 10:58

You have your lnb frequency set wrong.
The frequency you have set is 11300. You need to set it to match your 10750 lnb. This is why you can't get ch9.




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  Reply # 522660 18-Sep-2011 15:04
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hdinsider: You have your lnb frequency set wrong.

The frequency you have set is 11300. You need to set it to match your 10750 lnb. This is why you can't get ch9.


 

If the LNB frequency was set wrong then wouldn't they have a problem receiving other D1 channels like SBS which they say they have?

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  Reply # 522751 18-Sep-2011 20:56

Blond scan would pickup sbs as the frequency is in the l-band range.
The frequency for ch9's mux is below the scan range if the lnb freq is wrong and it won't be found.




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  Reply # 522752 18-Sep-2011 20:57

Blind scan...




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