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Reply with quote  #16 
There are more FTA channels at this time.

TNT (encrypted audio)

Posts: 369
Reply with quote  #17 
Hey photoman im not getting audio on TNT with my openbox s9 . What audio pids do you have ? I have spa (2062) and eng (2063).

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Originally Posted by Dc2tracker
Hey photoman im not getting audio on TNT with my openbox s9 . What audio pids do you have ? I have spa (2062) and eng (2063).

I didn't check the audio before.  Those pids are correct, but both are encrypted.

Posts: 369
Reply with quote  #19 
Yeah i ran a scan with my Linkbox 9000i and the same thing, no audio on TNT .The 9000i tells me that it is encrypted powervu to where the openbox s9 dosnt recongnize powervu.

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Reply with quote  #20 
I just curious if anyone else is receiving any other channels from this bird? I am in Saskatchewan and I do not see the channels in this thread but I am seeing activity on the horizontal side, unless I am not positioned correct.

4109 - 9600 - DVB-S2 - Service HD_1
4128 - 3609 - DVB-S - Service 1


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3M Andrew Dish C/Ku, 43x40 Ku, 4x78cm Ku.

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Reply with quote  #21 
those channels are on the horizontal side. that's the correct bird. 

Posts: 158
Reply with quote  #22 
Tried this yesterday, knowing full well that NE Wyoming is clearly out of the footprint.  I was able to get a lock on a very weak Q of about 12 (or less) at 4123/H/4799.  It was Canal 28 or something like that.  I didn't see anything like it on Lyngsat for either satellite East or West, was I getting signal from the right bird?


edit: After Hank's post below, decided to go check 4123/H/4799 on 116.8 W and 113 W.  Got nada on both at 4123/H/4799.  So, would have to assume I am getting something from 115 W.  It just came up showing Canal 28, shows as PT 1.  Would still like confirmation from someone in the footprint.  Thanks.


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Reply with quote  #23 
Sounds like you're giving bleed over from one 116.8.

I'm in Northern Colorado just outside the footprints and I cannot get it either. Maybe with more tweaking and time.

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C2W-PLL LNBF 55.5w to 139w, C1W-PLL fixed on 97W
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Posts: 147
Reply with quote  #24 
Entire mux 26 channels, anchorage locals espn1/2 discovery history KTVA-HD all FTA

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Wow this 3780 mux presents quite the aspect ratio challenge.  Has anyone with an Azbox figured out the best display settings that put every channel in the proper viewing perspective without unwanted zooming, stretching, compressing, etc?  Of the 26 channels I scanned in today, I got all but the below 6 channels to look correct by using these display settings:  screen format 16:9, display format Pan & Scan.  

These 6 are all compressed horizontally, stretched vertically (people look too skinny with heads cut off).

Program 101 (History Channel)
Program 107 (HLN)
Program 1002 (Alaska PBS)
Program 1003 (FNX)
SID 1001 (Alaska PBS)
SID 1010 (Alaska PBS)

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