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Supporting Actor Film
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Re: Using ethernet connection instead of RF IN, will I get all same channels?

Hi,

 

Thx for the repsonse.

 

I have been on the web interface but its not so intuitve. It has unicable settings, lnb settings, multicats setup and channel list.

 

Tuner 1   DVB-S/S2
Tuner 2   DVB-S/S2
Tuner 3   DVB-C/C2/T/T2
Tuner 4   DVB-C/C2/T/T2

 

Under the channel list there is a "Start Channel Scan" I tried that but I am not sure if it does anything. 

 

Do I need to insert the card even though it dosn't work or just ataching the cable to the box will be enough?

 

Cheers

Richard

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Supporting Actor Film
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Re: Using ethernet connection instead of RF IN, will I get all same channels?

Si vous souhaitez connecter votre ConnectBox et votre Horizon à une prise RF, vous avez besoin d'un répartiteur DS-29.

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TV Star
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Re: Using ethernet connection instead of RF IN, will I get all same channels?

 

Some people really do have money to throw out the window...

 

The converter is super expensive and will cost you a **bleep**load of electricity on the long run but also it won't allow you to connect your UPC box to receive the whole set of channels, replay, etc.

 

I'm not sure if I get all the aspects of what you're trying to achieve here but it seems to me the easiest and cheapest solution would simply be to pull a coax in the very same tube as your cat 7 cable... why don't you do that????

 

If really you cannot for any obscur reason you can also replace you cat7 with a BKS solution.

 

https://www.bks.ch/index_en.php

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Re: Using ethernet connection instead of RF IN, will I get all same channels?

The oiginal thread was a 2 year old one about the Horizon box, which was weirdly bumped by a newbie with an  incorrect answer in the wrong language for this forum