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photoman76

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The Skyview radio mux has moved on AMC 18.
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AMC 18
3718 V 2956
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Is there a channels ID for this mux,I have 1-169?.Are they all talk radio?...Thanks Steve
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I was playing around with my Manhattan RS-1933 and scanned in 112 radio channels at AMC 18, 4110 mhz vertical, 7135 SR (Premiere Radio Net).  To my surprise, I am able to listen to 7 of them.  I realize that many of these channels are dead most of the time (when shows are not being broadcast).  I haven't seen anyone mention that Manhattan receivers can play these.  

If I can hear 7 channels now, do we think the Manhattan will play any or all these channels, when they are broadcasting?  The channels I was able to play are SID's 1, 9, 22, 24, 437, 449.  

Just curious.

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Is there a channels ID for this mux,I have 1-169?.Are they all talk radio?...Thanks Steve


You can see the service IDs in TransEdit and TSReader but the numbers do not correspond to what the receiver scans in.   I cannot get audio to play on the computer as it used to however.
This is AMC18, not AMC7 btw.
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I hope this helps a little...

I correlated the SIDs with the PIDs for the 4028 MUX by playing around on EXCEL.

I still think you REALLY have to double check the live streams that don't show on this list...

Like CNN is on PID 4203 - all the time -  but not in this table.

CNBC is too I think.

 
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Posted by:  Big Hemi
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Found some more audio streams, not sure what they are yet

Posted by:  Photoman
AMC 18
CBS/Westwood One mux

Curious if anyone has tried to scan in this group of Westwood One/CBS channels.  I'm trying to get the Jim Rome show (SID 18).  Before you try it, there were over a thousand radio channels there today, so beware.  


I tried scanning this in on the IceCrypt S1600 about 15 times.  Three times I was able to get up to 10 channels.  The other attempts resulted in no channels scanned in.  I also tried manually inputting the APID of SID 18 with no success.  For kicks, I tried my Azbox Elite and that's where I got over a thousand channels to scan in.  They won't play, but they scanned in.


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*Yeah*

See my last post!

Jim Rome maps out to SID 18, like you said.

That maps to APID 4113.

Good luck.
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I guess what I was wondering, is anyone else having difficulty getting the channels to scan in on a regular STB.  I'm using a new IceCrypt receiver which plays these channels if I can get them to scan in, which has been a challenge.  
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Yes-
"scanning in" these radio channels has been a challenge since I've been into this hobby - which I became interested in because of radio.

I don't even have a tv (except an old B&W for the analog/dish control with the Uniden).

I use the analyzer in transedit to build-up a table in EXCEL to load into DVBviewer. 

Everything on the computer.

A few other guys here know more - they got me started - ACradio, photo - a few others my have another idea for you when it's daytime. I'm the night owl on 80-meters listening to Europe waking up.
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Azbox will play the audio of these channels if you use the optical output of it. Equipment with optical inputs have become more common since the days when the Azbox first came out, so this could be a solution for someone with a home theater receiver.  What I like about Azbox is that it scans in the channels with their names. My Amiko does not do that but it hears them without having to connect an outboard nuisance to do it. The Azbox also misses channels sometimes and needs more scans to find them.
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