“NICK ADSL UK: My Samsung has an option in the menus to adjust the sound for the SD or HD codecs, I equalised them so that problem goes away.” --- Michael
“The TV News coverage on TV seems to only feature SNP Government and pro being a separate country.
Where is the voice of those in Scotland wanting to ” --- David
“Bob Huckin: Waltham viewers will need to tune in C26 for local TV and if they have a Freeview HD tuner additionally C31 for COM7. Viewers receiving fr” --- KMJ,Derby
“This feature needs to be enabled on an opt-in basis.” --- Dave Lindsay
“Did a channel refresh but there was nothing new from Mendip, though 105 is showing BBC Three HD with a message that its coming soon. Im interested to ” --- Charles Stuart
“OK, so theyre currently using:
101 BBC One HD
102 BBC Two HD
103 ITV1 HD
104 Channel 4 HD
So wouldnt it be more sensible to have
107 BBC Thre” --- Nicholas Willmott
“Had hoped that something better would replace DAB not expand it.
” --- David
“Will you give warnings please as to what equipment of these system will remain fully useable for say the next 7 to 10 years that we have now.
EG. Im ” --- David
“Lynne Perry: it sounds like she might have a problem with her aerial where in liverpool does she live.” --- Mazbar
“It does not seem clear to me how much Freesat will benifit. Freesat does not have any transponders of its own. The footprint of this satellite looks t” --- Trevor Harris
UTV HD on Freesat and Sky from NovemberHigh definition
: At long last, the UTV high definition channel, which has been running on Freeview HD since switchover, will be added to Freesat and Sky homes from 4th November 2013.
“No UTV+1 though.” --- PJH
MXR North West is not coming back. The licence period came to an end, the licence holder handed it back to Ofcom and nobody else ” --- Mark
“Trevor Dobie: You have asked the same question twice before and each time I have responded:
15th May 2013 retunes for Yorkshire coast and Dorset, W” --- Dave Lindsay
“Wow Brian being critical of the BBC. I never thought I would see the day.
In my view the BBC should be very limited in the commercial operations i” --- Trevor Harris
“This was in the infants school so I would be about 7 or 8 and it would be mid to late 70s In junior school we used schools TV but as you said it wasnt” --- Ian
“My gripe with internet radio is what happens if the internet ever goes down ? Why has no one thought of this scenario ? It could be a long time before” --- PJH
“The Archers on Home Service Radio was listened to nightly all over ROI.Some time in the 1950s one of the characters got in trouble with the Police (pa” --- Richard
“Does anyone listen to medium wave (MW) these days? Whereas FM has been stereo for 30 odd years, MW is still mono in 2013. Why is this? Furthermore sou” --- Nicholas Willmott
“Is there realy a demand for this. Previous attemps such us the Isle of Wight local tv failed.
I would have thought a connected tv app would be much” --- Trevor Harris
“I thought it was O2 that started this month and that EE was going already Im not into this 4G as a user but noted my Tesco have had the dongles for sa” --- David
“Impressive, keep up the good work.” --- Sid
“ what will happen on non HD TVs n freeview boxes if BBC1 HD moves to 1 an so forth
Riots in the streets?” --- David
“new channel on 208 called proud of dating,retune required” --- sharealam
“Im probably being thick but how do I get it for my location LL14 5HD or tx Wrekin ?” --- Steve P
Local TV on Freeview "radiation patterns" updateLocal TV
: The local TV services on Freeview that will be starting within the next 12 months are designed to have their output restricted to local areas. To do this, the transmissions are only output in certain directions.
“Most of these seem pretty much as expected but what is the Croydon radiation pattern? That hasnt previously been mentioned, as far as I know.” --- Charles Stuart
“I once asked:
I thought Shrewsbury and Telford were proposed to run local TV channels?
Were the companies with applications for licences rejected by” --- Stuart Owens
“Stuart Ahrens: Also meant to add, that it would be of considerable assistance if the model number of the TV in question was known.” --- jb38
“So will it mean that the BBC etc. will get satellite broadcasting at no charge but pay for terrestrial broadcasting?
” --- David
“still cant see the point of DAB, ” --- Ian
“Any chance of adding the 600mhz channels to the post switchover links in mapofsignal.php? :)” --- Michael
“Initially,i was dissapointed that The Wrekin is not included in the above,wondering about the technical reasons why it cannot be SFN with Sutton Coldf” --- Aerialman
“Only on Sky and Freeview thats a kick in the teeth for Freesat then.” --- David
“I notice that on the free day on the worst day of the year, when the blasted football season starts.” --- mike fisher
“What, if anything, is happening to Really, which I think is at LCN 20 or thereabouts?” --- Nicholas Willmott
I've got an HD TV ... why can't we have high definition channels in place of theHigh definition
: Freeview HD has them on 101, 102, 103 and 104. Sky has them on 141, 142, 178 and 230. On Freesat they are 108, 109, 119 and 126. Wouldn't it make sense for the public service channels to be in the "normal" place in the channel number list - why do they have to be on some seemingly random channel number?
“Steve Lyons: When everyone else can which is when the BBC Red Button data is carried on both the standard definition multiplex (PSB1) and the high def” --- Dave Lindsay
“Briantist: Thanks for that, the best rated Daily Mail comments are always a good for a laugh! (or more likely, reducing your IQ)
They should NEVER” --- Michael
5th June 2013 retunes for Devon and Cornwall4G-at-800
: As part of a rolling programme in the regions that experienced the early digital switchovers, some viewers on the Cornwall, South Devon and parts of Dorset will need to retune on Wednesday. However, viewers of some relays must not retune.
“John: Thanks for sharing your anger with us. This is an independent technical advice site which is aimed at helping viewers to resolve issues.” --- Dave Lindsay