Tuning Nine & SBS in Perth, Western Australia

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by thiskl, May 11, 2005.

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    For autotune to correctly create channel entries for Nine & SBS I modified the dvbt.xml file.



    For Nine change the frequency from 191500 to 191625.
    For SBS change the frequency from 536500 to 536625.
     
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    You may be on a different tower because I have had no issues with those channels in Perth. Which tower broadcasts to your area? (Yanchep?)
     
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    No. I'm in Dianella/Morley.

    I'm using a DNTV Live! DVB-T card, so I simply copied the channel details from my DNTV Live! configuration.
     
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    Hmm well I am just down the road Really Warick area. Oh well as long as you got them to work that is all that matters.

    have fun with MP
     
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    Must be a card driver issue as the 125 MHz offset is already catered for in MP.

    DMAN
     
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