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Feb 22, 2011
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Hi all,
I'm thinking of going down the 12v tv route and ditching my existence tv run off an inverter.
Lazyboy has one for sale in classified that looks good, but I have a query regarding the inbuilt satellite tuner.
ATM I use a oyster 1 system with Jackson's upgrade to get astra 2. Signal goes to a Pace Javelin 100 tuner.
Will this allow me to get rid of the pace and connect the oyster to the Alphatronic DVB-S2 tuner ?
This is an extract from the Alphatronic website . . . .
All models in the SL-Line+ are equipped as standard with the new alphatronics triple tuner. This consists of a DVB-S2 tuner, DVB-T2 HD tuner and DVB-C tuner. Thanks to the DVB-S2 tuner, you can connect your satellite system directly to the TV and receive digital TV and radio programmes without an additional receiver.

The reason for asking is I'm wondering if my sat signal is analogue rather than digital ?
TIA
 
Dec 6, 2011
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The pace javelin is as you know your sat tuner.
If the tv is already fitted with a tuner then it’s a connection strait to the F connector on the tv.
 
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Feb 22, 2011
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The pace javelin is as you know your sat tuner.
If the tv is already fitted with a tuner then it’s a connection strait to the F connector on the tv.
Yes it has a DVB S2 tuner, I just wasn't sure if the signal from my museum piece oyster would be compatible, but as you say it should just connect to the F input.
It'd be useful to get rid of the pace but I find the sat system useful when there's no 4g.
Thanks
 
Dec 6, 2011
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I have a free standing sat that I use directly to the tv for when mobile data is low or not good.
I did have a javelin box.

You know they sell for £80 to £100 as they are scarce.
 

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