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Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by welshpaul, May 19, 2003.

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  1. welshpaul

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    Three questions:-

    1. I am using an Onkyo amp with my Sky + box. Does anyone know where/if i could programme my Sky + remote to control the volume on the amp.

    2. In planner can i watch a previously recorded programme at the same time i am recording a different programme.

    3. My RF aerial picture is perfect when connected into VCR/TV but when it's put via sky + the picture is poor. Anyone help?

    Thanks in anticipation.
     
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    I don't know from personal experience if it is possible however I've read of people using the remote to control AV amps, something to do with the SKY+ remote sharing some codes with the one for all type devices I believe.

    Yes you can watch a recorded program while another is being recorded, you can watch the recording program as it's being recorded (Live Pause is example of that).

    There is no need for the SKY+ to be connected to the aerial.
    Connect the SKY+ to the VCR and TV via the scarts and only use the RF output if you are using the TVLink system to feed an extra TV. If you must have a RF loop through then the RF frequency of the SKY+ needs to be adjusted.

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    Then select RF outlets, change the RF channel number, save the setting and then retune the TV's selected RF channel to match.
     

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