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Added by Marc Ominus about 1 month ago

Hi,

Does anyone know how to get a mux details of particular channels running on LG TV model number 32LD452C?

I have tried holding the Info button, and all the other buttons, but nothing come up.
The TV meant to support ATSC/NTSC/Clear QAM.

The TV is not locked in any way and I have access to MENU/SETTINGS but just can not get
out of it any info about the MUX/Channel, Signal strength etc. :(

If it is possible at all .....


Replies (4)

RE: DVB-C Mexico - Added by Marc Ominus about 1 month ago

Am I safe to assume that the system used can be following:

DVB-C J.83B mainly US
Modulation can either be QAM64 | QAM256
Bandwidth is 6MHz
Hard bit is the frequency .....

I have done some progress, and run the Channel Scan on the TV and have
the following findings.

TV scanned Cabel DTV channels 1- 135 ....
Where would one find the frequencies for the 1 - 135 channels??

TV found 63 DTV Channels:
DVB-C Channel 30 - 9 Channels
DVB-C Channel 31 - 5 Channels
DVB-C Channel 33 - 6 Channels
DVB-C Channel 34 - 1 Channels
and it goes on .................

What is the frequency for Ch 30, 31, 33, 34 for DVB-C J.83B?

RE: DVB-C Mexico - Added by saen acro about 1 month ago

Use linux utility to scan
1. stop tvheadend service
2. w_scan -f c -x > MX-Yourcity-Provider
3. cp MX-Yourcity-Provider /usr/share/tvheadend/data/dvb-scan/dvb-c/
4. systemctl restart tvheadend

Now you can see your provider network as selectable option.

RE: DVB-C Mexico - Added by Marc Ominus 29 days ago

saen acro wrote:

Use linux utility to scan
1. stop tvheadend service
2. w_scan -f c -x > MX-Yourcity-Provider
3. cp MX-Yourcity-Provider /usr/share/tvheadend/data/dvb-scan/dvb-c/
4. systemctl restart tvheadend

Now you can see your provider network as selectable option.

As easy as it sound I am in the Hotel, so not sure who the providers is :(

But found this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan-American_television_frequencies#Channel_frequencies_2
that has channels 2 to 158,
so I tried specific channels/frequencies that the TV LG 32LD452C found during the scan and BINGO all works now :)

RE: DVB-C Mexico - Added by Micha Tarver 16 days ago

Marc Ominus wrote:

saen acro wrote:

Use linux utility to scan
1. stop tvheadend service
2. w_scan -f c -x > MX-Yourcity-Provider
3. data/dvb-scan/dvb-c/
4. systemctl restart tvheadend

Now you can see your provider network as selectable option.

As easy as it sound I am in the Hotel, so not sure who the providers is :(

But found this:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ wordle Pan-American_television_frequencies#Channel_frequencies_2
that has channels 2 to 158,
so I tried specific channels/frequencies that the TV LG 32LD452C found during the scan and BINGO all works now :)

was looking for this exact info. you confirmed what i was thinking. really appreciate it.

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