Kworld DVB-T Digital Tv Tuner

  crumbdias 17:16 10 Jan 2006

I placed this into my pc and installed drivers and software that were supplied, connected the tv arial from my house and tried to scan for channels. I have found nothing so far and can't see where I am going wrong. Any help is much appreciated

  Stuartli 19:33 10 Jan 2006


click here

You need to be scanning the 8Mhz freqency range for Freeview channels.

To be frank, its website is pretty dire help wise.

  crumbdias 20:07 10 Jan 2006

Thanks Stuartli, I have been using the 8mhz but I will look at your link tomorrow as I don't have time now

  crumbdias 17:32 18 Jan 2006

Still having no luck, it scans and picks up nothing. HELP

  Stuartli 18:14 18 Jan 2006

Sounds like a case of take it back for a refund and buy a proper (and working) TV card...:-)

Unless you are one of the unfortunate few who can't receive Freeview.

  Smiler 18:19 18 Jan 2006

You might need a different aerial, also make sure it's pointing to a the transmitter directly for a strong signal.

  Smiler 18:22 18 Jan 2006

to see if you can receive freeview put your postcode in here click here

  Smiler 18:25 18 Jan 2006

This page is interesting as well click here

  Stuartli 18:41 18 Jan 2006

Two more websites with transmitters info:

click here (lists every transmitter and Freeview MUX programmes)

click here

click here

  Stuartli 18:43 18 Jan 2006

Two = three above - added one just before posting..:-)

  crumbdias 05:45 19 Jan 2006

Thanks guys, seems by your links I cannot receive freeview in my area at the moment.

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