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I don't know Todd Herman. My install of DVBDream has again taken to causing WIN10 OS to crash as soon as I start the app. I have tried the DVBDream forum but they won't let me login with the Login & Password they e-mailed when I purchased it.

From the dates etc it appears to be a dead forum. I have sent e-mail to the forum admin and no response. My guess is DVBDream is a dead product and they are simply collecting money using a third party.

I wish there was an alternative.

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I see Todd Herman has been invited many times to Rush' show. seems like a nice guy.

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Okay I am sorta running again. I reinstalled DD. I still have the problem with the LAV drivers. Does anyone here have experience with DVBDream (DD)
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I can get any MPEG2 like this one----> Capture.jpg 



But NOT AAC.... for some reason the setting won't stay put Capture2.jpg 

It keeps coming back after I reopen the dialog box as (DTS)
from here I can say ok and ok   and then re-open the channel properties and it will say DTS !!!!!






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Here is the service list - mind you it's not too useful without knowing IF and WHEN to see if they are active.
By the way, you can rename this ".xml" to see it that way.


That is just what I was looking for, though, so thank you!
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Apparently I do not have the LAV Audio Drivers setup properly in DD. If I just do a blind scan using DD. The radio stations that it finds which are Mpeg2 and are active play right away.

Referencing Mike's XML list of services... for those that are found but are actually AAC the audio PID and type (AAC) field is blank. If I try to force it to AAC-ADTS it switches to another type DTS. I don't know why it substitutes that.

I have installed LAV drivers. So obviously I either need better drivers or mine aren't installed proper. Probably the later... The system is complaining when I choose various drivers. But cant solve the problem there. I suspect if I could I would be alright.

Anyone able to help P.L.E.A.S.E.     chime in!

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I am trying to get Rush on my Octagon SX88. The channel scans in but I get no audio. Does the Octagon not play AAC audio?
The Octagon's aren't a good radio box. I like that the SX88 will scan in the channel names and information on 105W but that's as far as it goes. The Linkbox works great for all kinds of audio signals but you manually have to enter the channel names yourself which is very time consuming. I don't know if there was ever a firmware update for the SX88 that might have fixed the audio issue on these channels. I'm using mine with the FW Rick installed on it when I ordered it.

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The Icecrypts play those radio channels on 105 west, if you can find one.  
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The BEST ADVICE I ever got RE trying to do the satellite radio stuff was "use a computer-controlled receiver" (as opposed to a stand-alone).

The biggest thing to happen to happen to the Amateur/Shortwave radio community in the last decade has be the evolution of "software-defined radios" (SDRs).

To simplify, this is the transition of practically every analog functionality (amplification, compression, mixing, filtering, demodulation etc.) to a digitally computed process.

Yeah - digital systems can now sample into the tens of billions of times per second. Typically the sample is "decimated" (the way to digitally 'mix-down' the rate) and then split into two 90-degree shifted (quadrature) waveform images - which are subsequently demodulated to AM, FM, SSB or whatever by processing the vectors between images.

I'm NOT sure how the DSP revolution will affect FTA, but I am certain it's been happening for a decade now - in Europe particularly - where the cheapest of SDR radios first evolved.

I have something called an "SDRPLAY", the RSPDX particularly. It's the BEST FM Broadcast receiver I have ever encountered, and I was an FM radio broadcast engineer for 20 years.

Take a look at these on the internet too:
http://www.websdr.org/

That said, I'm using the TBS5927 - and I can NOT even think of how I would be pulling out all my hair if I were trying to unlock these goofy audio streams using a remote and a stand-alone RX.
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Previous post has been removed.   Please, No Political Discussions in this forum.  Let's keep it to Satellite.   Plenty of other places to share political opinions, belief's, other points of views and ask questions.

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Rick Caylor
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