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    Magic Eye issue with newer model TV's

    This is a discussion on Magic Eye issue with newer model TV's within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Ive been reading through all the threads and am totally lost. Got samsumg smart tv and upgraded sky bos to ...

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      Re: Magic Eye issue with newer model TV's

      Ive been reading through all the threads and am totally lost. Got samsumg smart tv and upgraded sky bos to HD1TB and now my digi sender doesn't work. can someone explain to me in very 'blonde' (no offence to anyone) terms on what to do??Thanks


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      Re: Magic Eye issue with newer model TV's

      First ensure that the UHF lead that is going to the Magic-Eye/2nd TV is connected to RF-Out2.

      Next, using your remote control, press <Services> 0 0 1 <Select> 4 <Down> <Down>

      This should have highlighted the 'RF Outlet Power Supply' option. Change the setting 'On' and press <Green> to save the new settings.

      Above the 'RF Outlet Power Supply' setting is 'RF Channel Number'. This will need changing to a suitable channel so as not to conflict with a Freeview channel (search Wikipedia for the name of the transmitter which you are connected to to check this information out).

      Tune your TVs into the analogue channel which you have selected.

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