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Can't stand 921 anymore

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#51 OFFLINE   DonLandis


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Posted 12 February 2006 - 09:45 PM

I would not be surprised. When E* changed the way it's 921 maps the local OTA channels forcing everything to appear as the remapped channel that made it depend on the PSIP table entries for display. There are conditions whwere you may be able to see the channel on the RF number but that all depends on the station's signal. The clock issue, I believe would be related to you having one clock for all your sat channels including LIL locals and then a diffetent time coming from the PSIP. I can envision this causing a real conflict if the 921 is programmed to see both times for that channel. Both the HR10-250 and the 921 use PSIP channel callsign and clock for OTA tuning. Neither use PSIP guide data. They use TMS guide service.

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