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Offline batzzz19

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SATELLITE STILL IN COMMAND?
« on: October 11, 2014, 06:51 am »
If you know Spanish, another channel of that type is Televisa Mosaic on Eutelsat 115W @ 114.9° W    12041 V 1562 DVB-S QPSK.  4 channels are being shown including Televisa Deportes which shows many soccer matches.  Audio for each channel is selectable using a combination of two stereo audio pids n




what receiver drsat and how do i do pids


im fairly new and didn't know soccer was available now that there playing since a while


i mean what does pids
would a traxis dbs6001 do the job


i heard you press 6666 in the menu option and you get pid options


any word of how to do this correctly


i currently




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Re: SATELLITE STILL IN COMMAND?
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2014, 06:59 am »
If you know Spanish, another channel of that type is Televisa Mosaic on Eutelsat 115W @ 114.9° W    12041 V 1562 DVB-S QPSK.  4 channels are being shown including Televisa Deportes which shows many soccer matches.  Audio for each channel is selectable using a combination of two stereo audio pids n




what receiver drsat and how do i do pids


im fairly new and didn't know soccer was available now that there playing since a while


i mean what does pids
would a traxis dbs6001 do the job


i heard you press 6666 in the menu option and you get pid options


any word of how to do this correctly


i currently have older receivers and a traxis 6000





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Re: SATELLITE STILL IN COMMAND?
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2014, 11:35 am »
Almost any FTA satellite receiver can tune to alternate audio PID's (i.e. channels) which exists on some video channels.  Pressing a key on the receiver's remote control labelled "Audio" or "Lang" when tuned to the channel in question will display a list of audio PIDS to choose from and are typically associated with languages such as English or Spanish.  Most receivers also support tuning the Left channel only, Right channel only or both channels on stereo PID's.

On this particular channel, there are only 2 audio PID's but each of these are stereo with the left and right channels also being used to carry audio for a specific channel which provides a total of 4 possible audio tracks.

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