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2008-12-10 08:39 PM
Pinza Was the rg3000 ever used by Bell.?
2008-12-10 08:29 PM
trixster the rg2400 or 2200 (2200 is blue, 2400 has a clock)

rg3000 was for HD but is no longer in use
2008-12-04 08:23 PM
quanta Thanks guys. I've had this thing for over a year, and never realized I was running in mono. Boy is this going to be a pain to fix though!
2008-12-04 09:27 AM
Pinza
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Originally Posted by quanta View Post
Yes, I'm on VDSL using the Motorola RG3000 unit.
Sorry for the delay. Yes you are indeed limited to the RCA outputs for Stereo. I had to dig my VDSL receiver out of the closet to have a look....lol
2008-12-03 01:06 AM
57 Most STBs do not send a modulated stereo signal via the RF-coax output. You'll probably need to use the analogue audio cables (red/white). See the following post on Cables & Connections.

http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=76085
2008-12-03 12:01 AM
quanta Yes, I'm on VDSL using the Motorola RG3000 unit.
2008-12-02 10:20 PM
Pinza Are you using the Motorola Set Top Box.? On VDSL.?
2008-12-02 09:52 PM
quanta
CondoTV users: must use composite jacks to get stereo sound?!

To my fellow CondoTV users (or is that sufferers?).

Just to confirm, the only way to receive stereo sound is to use the S-Video and composite outputs? Cannot use the coax and therefore cannot use my condo unit's internal coax wiring?

I want to verify this before going out to buy a very very long set of A/V cables...

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