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Viera DVB Text

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by Vincenzo, Dec 15, 2004.

  1. Vincenzo

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    I have bought a Viera 37PE30. Setup the channels ok and the picture is perfect. Signal strength is 9 for virtually all channels. I am using QED Qunex TTV and RVR cables so no problem there. The problem is that I can get text on BBC1 and BBC2 on DVB but not on any of the other channels. Text via Analogue was fine once I manually tuned in the channels.

    Anybody else come across thsi problem ?


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    Which software version do you have? I found that the older 2.26 s/w would not display Channel 9 teletext. It's fine now I've updated the s/w to 2.36 (an update was broadcast last weekend). Maybe this is source of the problem?
     
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    It was only delivered on Saturday so I would expect it to be very recent. I will check when I get home.
     
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    Software is bang up to date 2.36. Contacted Panasonic who suggested that I should contact Freeview. It looks like I need to adjust my aerial or get a wideband model.

    They also pointed me to the Confederation of Aerial Industries web site which has got some good info on it.

    http://www.cai.org.uk
     

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