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photoman76

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The Skyview radio mux has moved on AMC 18.
Now at:

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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Originally Posted by stevie
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
4028 V 9259
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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anyone have a cheat sheet of all the SIDS on AMC 18 that are 24/7 music or talk radio?

(list the TP freq, audio sid, name/genre)

 

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I figured out one transponder on AMC18 SR9259-V-AMC18_4030V

just listed the 24/7 channels and the sport feeds too.  Skipped AAC as I can't figure out how to play that on enigma2, so only MPEG2 AUDIO.

http://rickcaylor.websitetoolbox.com/post/show_single_post?pid=1296770616&postcount=30&forum=98797

photoman76

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I looks like all radio networks have left AMC 8 except Skyview Networks which is still at 3744 V 2955.

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They are going to be shutting down 139 deg satellite
http://www.westwoodone.com/LEARN-MORE/Press/US-Commercial-Radio-Networks-Moving-To-New-Satellite-in-2017
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They are going to be shutting down 139 deg satellite


Radio stations are leaving AMC-8.  AMC-8 is not planned to be retired until 2020 or beyond unless I guess something catastrophic happens that SES will have to retire it earlier.


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I hope they transfer services from there to satellites between 37.0°W to 111.0°W!
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