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Sunday, 16 February 2014
1:06 PM

I have a humax freesat hd+box, which has only one scart , can i connect my dvd /vhs combo to this system

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john's 2 posts FR flag
Dave Lindsay

2:26 PM

john: I don't understand. What else is there to connect to the scart socket anyway?

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Dave Lindsay's 5,724 posts GB flag
5:26 PM

Dave Lindsay:
Hi Dave one of the featured questions(top question s) said to connect this mixture needed 2 scart leads into the box

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john's 2 posts FR flag
Dave Lindsay

5:46 PM

john: What functionality are you hoping to achieve?

The Freesat box should be connected to the TV with a HDMI lead. Thus the single scart socket on it can be used to feed into the DVD/VHS combi. If the DVD/VHS combi has two scart sockets then you can feed it out to the TV.

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Monday, 17 February 2014

10:33 PM

Tuhel Hussain: According to News - DVB

"Digital Terrestrial Television will be started soon on an experimental basis probably in the cities of Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna, according to the BTV website.

Last year Bangladesh Television invited Tenders for the supply, installation and commissioning of a VHF Band III (174-230 MHz) DVB-T solid state 3.5kW rms transmitters and the related services for the establishment of a development digital channel.

Four Digital studios are also under construction and the country plans to complete its switch from analogue to digital terrestrial broadcasting by 2015. "

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Tuesday, 18 February 2014
Donna O'Brien
9:02 AM

Is there any way that code 25 can be corrected on my sky without an engineer coming out?

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Friday, 21 February 2014
carol meldrum
3:42 PM
Isle Of Bute

I have not had any tv for 4 weeks now it goes off esrly morning and does not go back on till 8pm at night ive heard they are upgrading the mast at toward point argyll and bute but surely it cant take this long

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5:32 PM

I have an HD-ready TV which receives 120 Freeview DTV channels. My transmitter (Caldbeck) appears to be transmitting the PSB3 multiplex which has the HD Channels.
I did a rescan on the HD-ready TV, assuming that it would pick up the HD channels, but this does not seem to have worked. Is there something else I need to do. The TV manual offers no assistance!

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Dave Lindsay

5:34 PM

AJ RIch: "HD Ready" means "ready" to show HD pictures but does not have the means to receive them off-air, this requiring a DVB-T2 tuner.

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