The only channels that I presently receive are all the ABC stations and SBS. I would like to also receive Channel 7, 10 and 9. can you help solve my dilemma.
Also, where would I be able to get a manual for this television.
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Sorry but not knowing how many there are around where you live and nothing else , we could only guess that you need a better antenna , Located much higher in the air than what you have ,try a search on Google for omnidirectional antenna's and get the best one you can afford.
Digital TVs or set-top boxes only receive the digital TV signals not the digital radio signals. To receive digital radio, you need a digital radio (DAB+) receiver. The ABC does broadcast two of its digital radio music stations-ABC Dig Music and ABC Jazz-on digital TV and they are available on channels 200 and 201.
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Make sure you have a good connection from antenna to TV. Check antenna and cable and cable connection to TV. Select DIGITAL button on TV remote when wanting HD channels. Remember HD channels are always digital. Also, any given TV station may not be broadcasting in HD at a given time. They can broadcast in digital but in standard definition sometimes. Your TV has a built-in DVB-T tuner. Try executing a channel scan to pick up all available channels. On-screen menus go to Digital Setup, then Digital Tuning, you can auto-tune or manual tune channels. The TV should take a few min. to scan thru available channels and store the channels its finds. Check with anyone in your area to see if they get HD channels (it is possible to be outside of the range of some TV stations) Your TV is a 2006 model and should still be compatible with local digital TV broadcasts but keep in mind digital signals could change in the near future (DVB-T2) and you may need a tuner/converter box to make the TV compatible.
DV3 is actually DVB meaning Digital Video Broadcasting. The stylised design of the DVB symbol makes it look more like DV3. If the TV has the DVB symbol, then it has a digital tuner and can receive digital channels, i.e. Freeview.
If you need assistance with tuning the Freeview channels or have further questions, please let me know the model number of the TV. This can be found on a label on the back of the TV.
U trying to pick up all free AIR DTV tv stations wright?Yes.This problems u have a weak airial antena.Buy a better antena like a Digital antena or a roof antena for hook up.Tries again,will pick up all DTV free AIR tv stations.
i had same prob untill i pluged it into a wall antana went auto setup australia DTV only and i got 7, 73 ,70, 71 , 90, 99,9,10,1,11, when pluged into a portable tv antana i lost 7, 73 ,70, 71 so that how i fixed my problem
The tuner in this DVD recorder is a DVB-T SD tuner; it will also tune in the analog signals if you have any analog stations in the area. You will need a separate HD tuner (set-top box) to provide the HD content. I'm not sure if you can record from a set-top box with the recorder set to Line In or Input. The only input jacks are the A/V (composite) jacks.
Assigning a station name 1
Select Manual Tuning.
Select the position and make
your choice of the second character,
and so on.
You can use an the alphabet A
to Z, the number 0 to 9, +/ -,