I have bought some time ago, the TechniSat Digicorder K1 for cable.
The signal is well known, even analogous to the TV outlet that goes into the Digicorder and there probably is digitized and printed in better quality. My parents now got a new LCD TV with DVB C Tuner, since they depend s.Kabel synonymous. RTL and NTV, but they can only receive analog, since it could be so synonymous have read a lot about it.
But I see on my RTL TechniSat K1 in very good quality, which can not really be analog, or do you?
Who explains it to me please?
Thanks in advance.
Antwort von oberstyl4:
The signal is well known, even analogous to the TV outlet that goes into the Digicorder and there probably is digitized and printed in better quality.
From the can comes with cable reception in general both analog and digital signal synonymous. With the digital (; DVB-C), one can but only with (an appropriate Reiceiver; integrated with thee of K1, with your parents in the LCD TV to start) something. Apart of the public service broadcasters in the digital signal is usually encrypted.
So you'd have to figure out whether your parents at the signal at the affected stations may be too weak, or whether it is simply encoded (and then PRO7 should be seen SAT1 & co. But not synonymous digitally)
Antwort von Herbie:
Sat 1 is received digitally, it only affects RTL and NTV, they are on the analog channel list. But why do I see, for example RTL on my K1 in digital?
We depend both s.Kabel yes?
I do not understand it.
Thanks for your help.
Antwort von Alf_300:
. The television has a cable tuner which brings everything analog is just like a DVD_recorder The Technisat brings everything digital is nothing analogous
The cable operator feeds the Channel Analog and Digital Whether the Analog and Digital channel list is equal or whether some analogue lacking a you learn with your cable operator