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Topic # 25699 29-Aug-2008 13:36
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Hi

I initally had trouble setting this up and finally figured it out, as i wasn't putting the correct info under Channel.  Also the FM Radio tab didn't work for me, so I had to leave it blank.  Hope this helps someone.

1. Run TV-Server Configuration

2. Slect [Radio Channels Tab] on the left

3. Click [Add]

4. Under [General] Tabs

   Name =  91ZM

   Visble in TV Guide = No

5. Under [Analog] Tab

   Channel = 913000

   Frequency = 91.3

   Input Type = Antenna

   Country = New Zealand

   Source = Tuner

6. Leave [FM Radio] Tab blank

7. Click [OK]

Repeat steps 3-7 for each FM Radio Channel

8. Click on [Radio Mapping]

9. Select the Analog Tuner Card from the pull down menu

10. Control+Select all the FM Radio Stations on the left

11.  Click the double arrow >>

Repeat steps 9-11 if you have more than 1 Analog Tuner (ie the HVR2200 has 2 Analog Tuners)

12. Reboot

Now you should be able to enjoy FM Radio in Mediaportal RC2

Note - You can also preview the radio channel in TV Server config, but you may have to reboot before the frequency changes.




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  Reply # 161396 1-Sep-2008 21:25
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Brilliant, Ill give that a go next time I get the chance :)

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