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    RF channel reception

    This is a discussion on RF channel reception within the Sky+ forums, part of the Sky & Sky+ TV category; I have moved my Sky+ box upstairs and have 2 tv's connected to it via TVlink and magic eyes.I had ...

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      RF channel reception

      I have moved my Sky+ box upstairs and have 2 tv's connected to it via TVlink and magic eyes.I had to change the channel on the TVs as my sky+ box RF channel(channel 68) was different to the standard box(channel 38) but the picture is now not as good as it was?

      Any Suggestions please ???
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      Re: RF channel reception

      The default RF Channel is 68 on a Sky + box, but you can change it to 38 if you wish.
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