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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Reception upgrade or what ?
Older sets are fitted with analogue tuners which can't handle digital signals. The only way round the problem is if the TV can be used as a monitor via a scart input. The external freesat or digital set top box contain digital tuners which can then display the required digital information on the TV. These external units have scart output sockets at the back, specifically for this purpose. So it's a scart lead from your external digital device to the scart input socket at the back of the TV. The remote control for your external box is then used to select the required programmes
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
Have you checked that your aerial is connected into the set top box & not into the TV? The aerial signal has to go into the set top box & then the box will be connected via your Scart cable into the TV. On the TV you will need to select the Scart input ie. AV1. This should give you the set top box incoming signal, you might then have to tune in the box by following the on screen instructions. Hope this help.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
The purpose of that freesat to bo able to record/playbak 2 channels at the same time. But you still need a satellite dish pointing to the satellite in the sky so it can work.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
Dry joint - faulty capacitor on the PC board of the decoder. Found by wiggling the components and resoldering
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
This is very common to a number of Samsung models built at the same time as yours and using the same in-built Freeview receiver.
There is no fix, the built in receiver is simply incompatible with the most recent updates to Freeview (as happened to many external boxes) and cannot be modified, the only puzzle is the length of time that your receiver kept going for. If your tv has a warranty still then you may wish to see if the fault is covered.
Without a warranty, all you can do is continue to use an external Freeview receiver. They're usually better quality anyway, and are easy to replace when they go wrong or become out of date.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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OTA - Over the Air Software Updates will be broadcast via satellite for the product when new updates are
available. Humax reserves the right for deciding when the software updates will be released.
Follow below to ensure that you receive the OTA Software Updates when they are released:
1* You are connected to a suitable satellite dish and are receiving the all of the freesat service.
2* The signal strength and quality are at a high level; if you are experiencing problems with the signal
then please do not continue with the download.
3* The product is in Standby mode each night allowing it to detect, download, and install the updates
* Please do not unplug the product from the mains during the software update procedure; this can
cause the product not to operate.
* Please do not remove the antenna cable from the dish from the product during the update as this can
cause the product not to operate
* For information on the release of new software or the changes made please visit www.humaxdigital.
* The download can take between 5 - 10 minutes to complete.
* During the update process you will not be able to use the product.
* During the software update scheduled recordings will not take place.
* You cannot schedule programmes during software update
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