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#1 gregoire

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 13:25

Hello,

 

I saw on some shops that one could buy the ET10000 with four DVB-C cards but it come with only one small TV cable.

 

Is there a loop inside or should one use four cables to loop the signal ?

 

Thank you very much.



Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #2 _HarmeN

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 13:51

You need 4 cables, be sure you have 3x DVB-C and in the 4th slot a DVB-C/T otherwise it won't work!


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Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #3 gregoire

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 14:52

Thank you very much for your answer !

 

Oouch... so they sell non working configuration : that's a shame :-(

 

Or is it only a software problem which could be fixed ?



Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #4 mrbeam

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 14:59

Or is it only a software problem which could be fixed ?

Hardware limitation.


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Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #5 gregoire

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 15:13

Thanks again for the answer !!!

 

Should four DVB_C_T2 Samsung rev 0.95 DNOS44CPP101A 131224 UBCH work ? Or are they despite there name only DVB-C tuner ?



Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #6 _HarmeN

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 21:03

Tuner A: TDA10024 (DVB-C) Tuner B: TDA10024 (DVB-C) Tuner C: TDA10024 (DVB-C) Tuner D: TDA18273 (DVB-C)

 

This are my tuners according the webif, Tuner D is a C/T tuner, in the tuner setup menu you can choose the mode you want C or T

I dont think there is any need to put in 4 C/T's they are more expensive, i would choose the 3 C 1 C/T setup :)


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Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #7 gregoire

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 21:24

The store in my country has the four DVB_C_T2 Samsung rev 0.95 DNOS44CPP101A 131224 UBCH  and ONE cable passthrough for the lowest price I can find of any combination but I don't know if the four will works ?

I can't find any 3C+1C/T but the price for the above seems really nice, the price for 4C/T2 is a lot more.

Also I can't find small (smallest I find is 0.75m) coaxial cable anywhere, any idea ?

 

Thanks.



Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #8 Satpal

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Posted 16 September 2016 - 17:38

The correct name would be: DVB_C_T2 Samsung rev 0.95 DNQS44CPP101A 131224 UBCH which is a regular DVB-C Tuner (TDA 10024). All cable tuners have this stupid name DVB_C_T2. The important part is the ending: 101A for cable, IDA3 for sat and 108A for DVB-C/T.

 

I have a DVB-C/T tuner called like this: DNOQ44SSH108A 14 06 03 GACH which identifies as Si2169.

 

If your store really sells this box with 4 DVB-C tuners you should kick their asses, the box won't work with this setup, you have to take one out, with 3 it will work fine. I once saw an ad on Ebay with the same text and asked them about it, they replied that they would of course ship it with 3 cable and one hybrid tuner.

 

 

The coax cables shouldn't be the biggest problem but without them it won't work, of course. Although I would expect a decent shop to deliver this box with the necessary loop-through cables for this setup.



Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #9 Dimmie

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Posted 17 September 2016 - 14:16

Don't use loop through with these cable tuners to avoid problems with the signal.

 

Split the signal with a special provided 1 to 4 splitter of your cable company and connect each cabletuner separately.

 

Use Hirschmann TIF75 female terminating resistors for the pass-through ends of the tuners to avoid 4G problems.



Re: XTrend ET10000 with four DVB-C #10 gregoire

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Posted 4 October 2016 - 11:58

The store can replace one of the four with one 106A which seems to be DVB-C/T2, do you think that would work ?

 

Thank you very much, I am a little close to buy it, then the splitter :-)






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