Some duplicated channels are automatically deleted when scan finish

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  1. nmanes

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    I executed many times scan using different DVB-T cards.



    while scanning the TVServer finds the same channel in different frequencies
    but at the ena dof the scanning i can see only one channel and the other channels are automatically deleted
    by MP. is there a configuration to make MP TVserver keep all channels it found during scanning?

    help pls, sometimes the deleted freq are better quality than the one MP keeps on the ch list.

    Nicola
     
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    btw i use MP 1.4.0 with TBS 5880 or Cinergy T PCIe Dual tuner.
     
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