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Topic # 96548 30-Jan-2012 21:57
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Hi all  -I have installed an Ultraplus 700 sat box for a friend who is keen on watching trackside . He called tonight to say the sound is not in sync with the picture and occasionally a crackling sound is heard that can be cured by changing channels and back again.  This only happens on trackside. Anyone know what may be causing this? 

cheers
Ross 

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  Reply # 577541 5-Feb-2012 14:42
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Are you using the latest firmware? Visit the http://www.ultrapower.co.nz/download_ultraplus.html site and check.

If that does not fix your problem, post a question in the following forum as there are many knowledgable people there:

http://www.austech.info/decoders/

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  Reply # 577572 5-Feb-2012 15:43
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Try deleting the channel and rescan transponder 12671H   SR22500




 

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  Reply # 577900 6-Feb-2012 17:54
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Yeah I'd also try deleting the channel and setting it back up again.

I have that problem on BBC World on Intelsat 5, but with a 680, looses voice sync after a while and sometimes the video glitches, but mines the unit, as Australia Network is fine. I don't think UltraPlus units are all they are hyped up to be.


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  Reply # 580009 10-Feb-2012 22:24
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Thanks guys - have deleted and rescanned - problem solved 
Thanks Ross 

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