Posts by DetroitDiesel

    My DM920 do occacionally freeze the picture usually with some strange pixels in parts of the screen. Most of the times, it resolves itself within a few seconds, but some times I have to change channel to get it up and running again. A couple of times during one month or so, it have also frozen solid so I had to reboot using the power switch. These short freezes may appear randomly, usually at least 10 minutes between but also one day or so so it is not a big deal but still annoying, especially for my wife...

    SNR is at least 86, never seen it lower, and often over 90. Using a standard 68cm(?) dish at 0.8w and unicable. OpenATV 6.2

    Any ideas where to go from here?

    One more thing. The old DM8000 is relocated to the boy's room. The tuner is connected to the same LNB via a 1-4 splitter. I can only select the correct LNB if I choose LNB1 but I'm unable to find any channels... With other varoius settings, I may find a couple dozen channels but I should reach at least 6-700 if my settings are correct.

    I also installed remotechannelstreamconvert to stream the DM920 channels to DM8000 so the boy is happy but I would like to get the tuner setup right as well (at least for the sake of learning how to do it correctly).

    After almost a decade with 4 channel LNB and 4 cables connected to a DM8000 with 4 S2 tuners, I have upgraded to DM920 with twin S2 FBC tuner and DUR-line UK124 LNB.

    My old setup gave me full flexibility to watch one channel and simultanously have several recordings running but I'm struggeling to set up my new unicable system. Hours of googling the last couple of days haven't helped too much... So far, I can watch one channel and record another but that is all and absolutely not what I expected...

    Tuner A1:
    Unicable user defined

    Tuner A2 have same settings but SatCR2, tuner A3 have SatCR3 and so on.

    Do this look correct or can anyone point me in the right direction.

    I have a Canal Digital subscription and the dish points to Thor 0.8w