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is the grundig s300 digibox, as good or even near to pan dsb 30, set up the grundig on the panasonic set up , and nothing ! good signal strength, but no lock or quality. i am in the south of spain and have no problem with the panasonic, am i missing something here ? would a different lnb be more suited to the grundig, or is the box up the swanny, not even the network or transport stream numbers come in.
 

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Did you change the default transponder to one that you can see Thomo?
 

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thomo said:
is the grundig s300 digibox, as good or even near to pan dsb 30, set up the grundig on the panasonic set up , and nothing ! good signal strength, but no lock or quality. i am in the south of spain and have no problem with the panasonic, am i missing something here ? would a different lnb be more suited to the grundig, or is the box up the swanny, not even the network or transport stream numbers come in.

Presume you mean the GDS 3000, quite good on gain but IMHO the best is still the Pana 30. :-righton
 

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Go to the installer's menu.

Press Services/System Setup/0,1,Select/Default Transponder. Then enter
12,051 V
SR 27,500
FEC 2/3

Not sure if this is the best one, but it should suffice.
 

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rolfw said:
Go to the installer's menu.

Press Services/System Setup/0,1,Select/Default Transponder. Then enter
12,051 V
SR 27,500
FEC 2/3

Not sure if this is the best one, but it should suffice.
Thanks rolfw, you have made me a happy man, all up and working well !! cheers, The wise one does it again !!!!!!
 
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