- Jun 3, 2010
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blind as a bat possible do a big blob of solder and blow the whole lot :Cheers:
hehehehe pretty clear you have an invested interest in this bud. I stated a fact how a attenuator can help a signal on a tuner correct, I also stated how in my case how I fixed a dvb sky tuner to work for me correct. Please read the posts properly and don't get to upset when someone has a problem with a product you might have an invested interest, just remember a good sales person always works on the fact the customer is always right. If you are a seller please look at your business model better and learn how to deal with customer relations better. Anyway its a tuner no big deal try and chill in life a bit.But in your previous two posts you have totally contradicted yourself, first you say it is a 'weak tuner', then you say it needs 'a blob of solder' so presumably not a weak tuner if soldering cures this, but then you advise to use an attenuator which actually lowers a signal, thereby suggesting it's actually anything but a 'weak tuner'...
You have drawn your conclusion based on one tuner in one location. I have confirmed I have tried and tested these and most every other DVBSky tuner types in many different situations, that is not just at one location either but many locations, with no problem, ever, hence far more likelihood of drawing a real conclusion of what performance you can expect.
To true, so back to the original topic, if anyone needs help with using the DVBSky USB or PCIe tuners and I can help then I will, be it on Enigma2 receivers or use on dedicated Linux servers running Ubuntu or Debian which is where most of my experience has been.Anyway its a tuner no big deal try and chill in life a bit.