Some tuners will reconfigure to the old numbers but not all. Are you getting SUNTV on 15 or 66? 15 is same signal as 66 but from a Hamilton repeater. Your pixilization is due to signal strength and you may need extra help to bring in the Toronto stations.026163 said:my CBC comes in as 20 but not 5. Is there a difference? Does this just depend on the tuner you have. I can't get CTV in on 9 at all, it comes in on 40, but really really low.
I agree with Yaamon that you should be getting better signal than you are. Some questions:026163 said:i've been using a big steel antenna on my roof with a rotator...
Oyyyy... reminds me that HAM radio enthusiasts have been putting up with those kinds of complaints for a very, very long time too. If someone has a cold, its the big antenna's fault.jbracing24 said:I am having a difficult time convincing my neighbour that my CM 4228 mounted on a 30 ft tower is not causing his Sympatico High Speed connection failures.
No, it's old. There were several models - one of them the RCA F38310 that had a basic receiver "built in".Yaamon said:By the way what tv do you have, never seen a tv with a built in Directv sat receiver with HD. Is that new ?
no its like 3-4 years old, kinda pointless in canada since we can't get directv. it's an RCA P61310 61" rear projection hdtv.Yaamon said:You would take the Uhf antenna cable and put it in your hdtv digital antenna input and then scan for the new channels... ...By the way what tv do you have, never seen a tv with a built in Directv sat receiver with HD. Is that new ?