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Humax 9200T IR Sensor Location by Ticklemynuts
Can anyone describe to me the precise location of the IR sensor on the front of the Humax 9200T box? I'd like to attach my Thompson VS360 Video Sender. Cheers.
November 5th 06 01:24 PM
by Ticklemynuts Go to last post
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Humax problem - any ideas by Scott
I have a Humax 9200. I set it up to record two programmes at 7 pm last night. It failed to record either of these. At the time I was watching the Iraq debate on the Parliament channel (and any comments on this should be directed to a separate thread). I have noticed in the past that there are sometimes curious effects when the Parliament channel is in operation. Would this be likely to cause...
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ntl by Gregory Kirby
HI all, Nothing going on in the ntl forum so I thought I would try here. With the new TV hitting the stores with all sorts of goodies, is there anyone out there catering for a cable only environment. I do not have an aerial and got rid of the last one as it got too big trying to cope with Canary Wharf. Looking for a 32 inch flat screen, which needs only be a monitor to teh
November 4th 06 02:50 PM
by Gregory Kirby Go to last post
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New inquiry: Call TV quiz shows by Heracles Pollux
Just received via email: CULTURE MEDIA AND SPORT COMMITTEE HOUSE OF COMMONS - SESSION 2005-06
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November 4th 06 12:43 PM
by Darren Wilkinson Go to last post
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BBC Channels? by [email protected]
Evening All, Girlfriend has just moved and after installing her Freeview box (Goodmans GDB6), BBC 1,2,3 and News 24 were a tad intermittent. Stupidly decided to do a new scan and now they've disappeared. Box was previously installed at her flat which had a very good communal aerial and signal was no problem. I assume that the aerial at her new house is sub-standard and needs looking at?
November 3rd 06 05:58 PM
by Andy Burns Go to last post
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Rigger's Diary -- comprehension by Bill Wright
"Is that Mr Wright?" "Yes, who's that?" "Well I live at Selby Place, at Number 32, next to the lift, and my television isn't right." "Oh dear, what's the problem then?" "Your firm did the aerial didn't you, the one for everybody, that does all the flats?" "Yes, that's right, last year." "Well it doesn't work right, I mean I've got a brand new TV here and it says no
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November 3rd 06 05:28 PM
by Bill Wright Go to last post
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See, I *told* you these analogue old timers don't "get" digital!!! by Ben
Article in the latest EBU Technical Review http://www.ebu.ch/en/technical/trev/trev_home.html This guy thinks that concealment (an analogue technique where if a line cannot be read from videotape it is simply replaced by the contents of the previous line) is such a good idea that it should be applied to digital formats too, by recording one line per block on the hard drive, so if a bad block...
November 3rd 06 12:16 AM
by Chris Go to last post
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Seeking MPEG-2 Encoder with Compression by Matti Lamprhey
I'd like to be able to produce compressed MPG files from DVDs recorded on my LiteOn recorder. Are any PC tools available to do this? Background: I have a Humax PVR9200-T as well as the LiteOn. If I record the same 1-hour programme from ITV3 on each, using the LiteOn's HQ quality setting so that the two recordings are of similar quality, and then transfer both to my PC (using Media eLinker...
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November 2nd 06 10:32 PM
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what aerial by Jackie
Hi I live about 35kms from the Angus transmitter and at present get a grainy but watchable analogue picture. I have bought a digital tuner for my computer and I get reasonable reception on most channels but feel that a new bigger aerial would be better as I think that water may have got into the cable as when I measure the resistance it is almost a direct short. Old analogue meter so cannot...
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November 2nd 06 09:13 PM
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Humax LGB-17DTTV goes onto standby by Lowermill
Does anyone else have this following problem? Bough a Humax LGB-17DTTV during the summer. Every now and again it switches itself off as if the power off button has been pressed on the remote control. have read threads about the autoupdate facility causing problems but I do not think this is related to my problem
November 2nd 06 03:44 PM
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TalkSport by Brian McKenna
I had this tuned into my Lidl satellite receiver which I use as a digital radio connected to a hi-fi but as of yesterday it is gone.Have they changed satellite/transponder,if so does anyone know what the new tuning details are?What other stations have changed as well?
November 2nd 06 02:29 PM
by Mark Carver Go to last post
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Five US by Mark Fraser (News)
I see that on Thursday Five US has got a Uefa football match with Newcastle. Now, I can't seem to find a link between US programming which is what Five US is supposed to be showing and Newcastle FC. -- ___________________________________________ |\ /| ark Fraser | \/ | Somerset /www.mfraz.freeserve.co.uk | |__________/Acorn SA RISC PC You know what...
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November 2nd 06 06:24 AM
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Anyone tried Evesham PVR 160? by Steve
Does anyone have any experience with using the Evesham PVR 160 or know of any good reviews? It is a dual tuner Freeview unit with a 160 Gb HD on offer at Woolies for 149 so seems like a good buy. One worry would be as it is a relatively unknown manufacturer, would it be updated on air regularily? I have a Freeview set top box which has never received an on air upgrade when my other unit has...
November 1st 06 11:35 PM
by Ian Go to last post
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Monitor for TV by Geoff Lane
I'm currently using a video sender unit for TV reception in an area of my home where running a TV aerial would be difficult. I would like to purchase an LCD screen for this room but the screens with TV tuners are considerably more expensive than computer monitors. As with my present set up I am not using a TV tuner I'd like to consider just a computer monitor but the input is different. Anyone...
November 1st 06 08:26 PM
by Geoff Lane Go to last post
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News multiscreen query by Nildram news
Just intrigued really... When I exit BBC News Multiscreen where we get the bewildering choice of two "streams" (sorry, don't know the technical term !), for a fraction of a second, there is a third stream showing on the right hand of the screen showing BBC Parliament (I think !). Why is that and is the number of "streams" restricted due to limitations of the digital terrestrial system or...
November 1st 06 06:20 PM
by Phil Cook Go to last post
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More Labour stupidity.... by Gendy
From "Energy Saving Trust" via the BBC: "TVs: On average a traditional cathode ray tube (CRT) television set uses 100 watts of power when in use and about two watts on standby. Analysis: Why UK 'must try harder' Newer LCD and plasma screens are higher users of energy, with the largest models consuming up to 400 watts when in use and about four watts on standby. "
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November 1st 06 04:24 PM
by Dave Plowman (News) Go to last post
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Best Dual DVB-T card by Slitheen
Looking to upgrade my old Hauppauge Nova-t PCI (model 909) to a much better card. I've not been following the progression of the market though, and have no idea who makes the best cards today, with best support (EPG etc). All I know is Hauppauge don't seem to make a real effort with their stuff, and would like a move away from their products. I want a dual DVB-t tuner specifically. Doesn't...
November 1st 06 12:43 PM
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November 1st 06 04:38 AM
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Sky HD Price Drop by [email protected]
Just a heads up that the cost of Sky HD will probably be coming down soon. The following evidence is presented: 1. Existing Sky subscribers can now purchase a Sky HD box for 200 and get it fitted by an independent retailler at the price determined by the retailer (around 60). 2. At The Ideal Home Exhibition is London recently you could sign up for Sky HD for 200 (plus new subscription). 3....
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October 31st 06 11:43 PM
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What DTV tuner for PC? by Nigel Molesworth
I've had a Nebula for a while now, but I've got two problems with it. The software seems to make my PC unstable, I often get Desktop icons vanishing, and secondly it won't fit in my new PC case unless I remove the motherboard first (one of the antenna sockets fouls the case). My requirements a Watch & record DTV Timer, preferably one that wakes up the PC Burn DVD with recorded files without...
October 31st 06 09:33 PM
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