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Old 08-04-2017, 07:59 PM   #16
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Can I know the frequency & channels available? Thanks.
Already answered above in Post #12 & 13 of this thread...

All Malaysian channels are in the same frequency. Scan that frequency, it's able to either find all or none.
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Old 08-04-2017, 09:22 PM   #17
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I think I should give my own input. Since I live in a HDB at the lower floors in the East, I can say that Funke DSC-550's 40KM radius can't get me any Malaysia or Indonesian channels.

Then, I went with another person's suggestion to buy the 50 mile (80km radius) antenna from Amazon. The 1byone Amplified Antenna. It too did not get me any Malaysian and/or Indonesian channels.

It clearly seems to be based on your location as well as if there are any obstructions in that area.

So here's my 2 cents having wasted my own money on these 2 antennas.
Amazon's return policy is top notch. Harvey Norman's where I bought the Funke antenna, not so much. Did not even reply to my return request.
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Old 08-04-2017, 09:41 PM   #18
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I think I should give my own input. Since I live in a HDB at the lower floors in the East, I can say that Funke DSC-550's 40KM radius can't get me any Malaysia or Indonesian channels.

Then, I went with another person's suggestion to buy the 50 mile (80km radius) antenna from Amazon. The 1byone Amplified Antenna. It too did not get me any Malaysian and/or Indonesian channels.

It clearly seems to be based on your location as well as if there are any obstructions in that area.

So here's my 2 cents having wasted my own money on these 2 antennas.
Amazon's return policy is top notch. Harvey Norman's where I bought the Funke antenna, not so much. Did not even reply to my return request.
Huh you stay at the bottom of Singapore, furthermore in the east......surely you didn't expect to receive msia DVB-T2 signals?
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Old 09-04-2017, 12:29 PM   #19
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I think I should give my own input. Since I live in a HDB at the lower floors in the East, I can say that Funke DSC-550's 40KM radius can't get me any Malaysia or Indonesian channels.

Then, I went with another person's suggestion to buy the 50 mile (80km radius) antenna from Amazon. The 1byone Amplified Antenna. It too did not get me any Malaysian and/or Indonesian channels.

It clearly seems to be based on your location as well as if there are any obstructions in that area.

So here's my 2 cents having wasted my own money on these 2 antennas.
Amazon's return policy is top notch. Harvey Norman's where I bought the Funke antenna, not so much. Did not even reply to my return request.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

If you are still keen to experiment (they will have HD transmission eventually), you can try with outdoor antenna, as the malaysian digital tv transmission is on outdoor reception mode.

For Funke, they have some nice looking outdoor antennae. You will have better chance if it can be positioned facing north.

Google "outdoor tv antenna" and you will find a wide range of selection.
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Old 09-04-2017, 05:34 PM   #20
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Already answered above in Post #12 & 13 of this thread...

All Malaysian channels are in the same frequency. Scan that frequency, it's able to either find all or none.
Can't find any at tat freq no choice only got few sg channels to watch
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Old 10-04-2017, 08:53 AM   #21
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Huh you stay at the bottom of Singapore, furthermore in the east......surely you didn't expect to receive msia DVB-T2 signals?
East does not mean South. Not the bottom of Singapore. In the middle and closer to the right side of Malaysia as well as Batam which is below Singapore.

My experience paints a more realistic picture for most who lives in a HDB estate as opposed to living in low lying areas like our Seletar Hills guy now wouldn't it?

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Old 19-07-2017, 05:24 PM   #22
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Staying boon lay my new TV can receive malaysian channels too... but sometime cannot get signal
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Old 19-11-2017, 07:33 PM   #23
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Staying boon lay my new TV can receive malaysian channels too... but sometime cannot get signal
can receive too, put need put my antenna out especially im at low floor. Able to receive malaysia digital tv channels
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Old 07-12-2017, 04:20 PM   #24
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anyone succeeded to get Malaysia channel using better antenna?any recommendations for outdoor antenna...having issue too to get any Malaysia channel
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