[mythtv-users] No reception or EIT for Channel 5 in Essex
john at vetsurgeon.org.uk
Sun Aug 31 08:38:49 UTC 2008
You don't have anything else plugged in when you plug the aerial into
the mythbox? I seem to remember Channel 5 broadcasts on a frequency
pretty close to VCR coax outs
On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 10:46 AM, Paul Clark <battledean at gmail.com> wrote:
> To add a spanner into the works, if I plug the aerial straight into
> the TV with the built in digital tuner, bypassing the Myth box the TV
> can receive channel 5 and all the other channels that I can't receive
> when the signal goes via the Myth box. The TV also picks up the EIT
> data as well.
> So the problem happens when I plug the aerial into the Myth box.
> 2008/8/29 Mark Fraser <mythtv at mfraz.orangehome.co.uk>:
>> On Friday 29 August 2008 11:17:47 Paul Clark wrote:
>>> We can recieve most Freeview channels except the ones on freqId 11 in
>>> mythweb (whatever freqId 11 is). So I'm thinking you're right, we
>>> might be lucky at the moment to get anything. Our postcode is CM5.
>>> I'll still check tonight to see if the TV gets C5 when plugged
>>> directly into the aerial.
>> Looking at http://www.wolfbane.com/cgi-bin/tvd.exe for CM5 shows that CP is
>> the closest transmitter to you by about 10 miles. If you're currently using
>> Sandy Heath and decide to change, you may have to get a new aerial as CP is
>> in group A and SH is group E (of course if you've got a wideband one it won't
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