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Recording problem

Discussion in 'Hard Disks internal / external' started by mrbeach, Jul 30, 2017.

  1. Mick12334

    Mick12334 Moderator

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    How have you got the Tuner preferences set up?
    As you are only using one Tuner try changing it from Auto to Tuner A, or Tuner B, whichever you are using.
    You might also want to remove the 3rd tuner, as you're not using it, and it might be faulty. If it still doesn't work try switching from Tuner A, to Tuner B, if that fails try removing the dual tuner and test with the single tuner.
    If you bought a used model did you first check that it was genuine and had no faults?
    How long have you had it?
    Was it working or is this the first time you've tried it?
     
  2. mrbeach

    mrbeach Vu+ Newbie

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  3. mrbeach

    mrbeach Vu+ Newbie

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    As you are only using one Tuner try changing it from Auto to Tuner A, or Tuner B, whichever you are using.
    I tested that.

    You might also want to remove the 3rd tuner, as you're not using it, and it might be faulty.

    Tested my single tuner (tuner C )
    since 2017-06-06

    Was it working or is this the first time you've tried it?
    Yes recorded befor but can not remember if i stand on same channel

    You might also want to remove the 3rd tuner, as you're not using it,
    Shall do that later. Tuner 1.jpg Tuner2.jpg Tuner 3.jpg
     
  4. Mick12334

    Mick12334 Moderator

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    You seem to have Tuner C set as both the preferred tuner, and the preferred tuner for recordings, which might explain the probelm.
     
  5. mrbeach

    mrbeach Vu+ Newbie

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    But in only have one tuner connected.
     
  6. Mick12334

    Mick12334 Moderator

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    Then why have you altered the settings to favour Tuner C?
    Unless you've removed the original Tuner card, A & B?
    You're only using the single Tuner card C?
    The original Tuner card was faulty which was why Tuner C was fitted?
    Are any of these the reason for your unusual setup?
     
  7. mrbeach

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    Tuner C is onley for test.
    Normal i use tuner A.
    All 3 tuners is ok i will remove tuner C tomorrow and see if that solve the problem.
    C is a single tuner.
     
  8. mrbeach

    mrbeach Vu+ Newbie

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    YES YES YES :)

    It was the dubbletuner that was faulty so when i removed that tuner and only use the single tuner all work fine :)

    Thank you for all the help with this problem
     
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  9. Tururu

    Tururu Vu+ User

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    I read you found the problem, fine.:yahoo:
    One note, i think it was a setup for testing, the internal loop only works on the dual tuner.
    You can not loop A to the tuner B and C.
    The black wire to make the bridge is bad, you lose 1dB signal, better to make one.
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    Leo que localizaste el problema, bien.:yahoo:
    Un apunte, creo que fue una configuacion para hacer pruebas, el bucle interno solo funciona en los tuner dobles.
    No puedes poner bucle al A a los tuner B y C.
    El cable negro para hacer el puente es malisimo, pierdes 1dB de seƱal, mejor fabricar uno.
    Slot A.- Simple
    Slot B.- Double


    Option A: Antenna ==> Single Tuner ==> Lood (cable) ==> Dual Tuner (mouth A), Tuner B loop A.
    Opcion A: Antena ==> Tuner sencillo ==> Lood (cable) ==> Tuner dual (boca A ), Tuner B loop A.

    PS:The screen printed on the box is for simple tuner and has double tuner/El serigrafiado de la caja es para tuner sencillos y lia al tener tuner dobles.
     
  10. Mick12334

    Mick12334 Moderator

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    Did you check the single tuner in the first slot, to ensure that it was the tuner, at fault, and not the main board?
    If you ever need a twin tuner you can buy them, separately, and slot them in, it makes viewing, and recording, a lot easier.
    Of course you would need to fit a twin, or quad, LNB and run a second cable.
    You could also run a motorized dish, and a fixed dish, setup, for more viewing options.
    I tend to use the Kodi option, quite a bit now, in Open Blackhole, to view old, classic, television series.
     
  11. mrbeach

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    Yes i placed the single tuner in slot 1 and nothing in slot 2.
    And i think i will buy a twin tuner :)
     

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