Hello everyone its been a while, btw this fresh look its freaking awesome i love it! :) So i got in mind an idea which i want to try it, selling remote controls for tv online. I need an list or something which i can find the TV model number by remote control number. For example, this is remote control for samsung tv's AA59-00582A But not for all. How can i know for what exact tv models is for? Sorry for my english i tried to explain best. xD Thanks and keep it up Dani :))

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Cop shows that include a 5 minute foot chase. This is usually the result of the cops shouting out a suspect's name from half a block away instead of waiting until they are within arm's reach. Inevitably the suspect runs into the path of a car or truck and the chase ends up being pointless anyway. Cop shows where six cops burst in the front door of an apartment/house but neglect to post anyone at the fire escape/back door which is the only other exit. This leads to another pointless (and prolonged) foot chase. Shows where a victim is being …

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I recently purchased a new Vizio 55" LED 1080p tv but I'm having trouble connection my Nintendo 64 to it. The red & white audio cable are working fine and I'm getting all of the audio but there is not yellow port on my new tv for the N64's yellow wire. The tv does have a green and blue port and when I connect the N64's yellow wire into the tv's green port the images shows up but it's black and white and scrolling upward. On my last tv this red, white, & yellow N64 wires into red, white, green …

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This is a question for the Daniweb members from the UK. In North America we have seen a number of Americanized versions of British comedies. "Til Death Do Us Part" became "All in the Family". "Steptoe & Son" became "Sanford & Son", "Man About the House" became (the much inferior) "Three's Company". Here in Canada we also had access to original, unAmericanized British imports. I'd like to know what North American sitcoms (if any) were ever adapted for British television, and what sitcoms aired unmodified? Which ones were the most popular?

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I am experiencing a weird problem with my computer. When I turn on my computer, it interferes with my TV downstairs and it won't receive any signal on a handful of channels (ITV, ITV2 and a couple other channels)dunwe. This issue has only happened when I moved my computer into a new computer case, with a new PSU and computer fans. This problem is most noticeable when I am playing any computer game (I can't view any of the selected channels at all), which leads me to believe it's related to perhaps the GPU fan causing interference. Whilst playing, I …

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I am trying to connect my laptop to my television by HDMI, i've done it before and it worked. But now I'm having some problems:: When I connect the HDMI cable to my laptop, my laptop's screen goes black, as if it didn't receive any image signal (neither the tv). I disconnect the HDMI cable, and my laptop's screen stays in black, I have to keep pressed the ON/OFF button to turn it off. I've tried to update my drivers, but with no result. Also I have de Uniblue Driver Scanner, but it doesn't detect me any driver update. I …

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How to make an app that should run different TV channels inside android application.

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Hi, I have run tuner from DirectX filter graphs. My Tv Tuner Card does not provide I/Q samples(Low frequency) as Realtek RTL2832u based USB Tuners so i need to get RF samples directly from TV Tuner Analog Audio out pin and store it in hard disk for digital signal processing post processing. I am unable to find any information on this topic also the Directx (Graphedit) application does not allow TV Tuner output pins to be connected to its Sample Capture filter. Please provide info with source code example.

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Hi, All last year i posted for solution to programatically retrieving I Q data from USB Tv Tuner (Gadmei UTV382 USB TV BOX) for implementation of SDR. Since then no reply was received that could solve the problem. Some detail of the device, it has 1. XCEIW XC4100ACQ tuner 2. SUNS AV600 Chip (i dont know exactly its DSP chip or demdulator) 3. No FM support The questions are: 1. Having no FM support as present in RTL2832u, how confirm that this stick can deliver I Q samples? 2. Is there any tool(API) that can scan the internals of USB …

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I'm not sure if I'm writing this in the correct forum, but, here goes. I have Windows 7 Home Premium on a Dell Inspiron ONE_2020 4.00 GB RAM, 64-bit Operating System and I would like to play DVD's on my PC and view them on my Smart TV (I don't have a regular DVD player). The TV is a Samsung Smart series 5, model UN40EH5300. I've done a bit of research and some info advises to download a media sharing service called, "Allshare". I've also read that there's a handy-dandy button on the Samsung TV remote called, "Smart Hub" which, …

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Kryten is a Series 4000 mechanoid, the neurotic robotic servant appearing in cult British sitcom Red Dwarf. So what's he got to do with your computer, apart from the somewhat stereotypical link between geeks and science fiction? Well, the Kryten character was played (in all but the first appearance) by the actor Robert Llewellyn. An actor who has been hired by computer upgrade outfit Crucial.com to present an information video encouraging people, surprise surprise, to upgrade their laptop memory rather than throw it away just because it's running slowly or freezing regularly. ![ce91a16f66af05daf4f939c7df75db0c](/attachments/small/0/ce91a16f66af05daf4f939c7df75db0c.jpg "align-right") Crucial has undertaken research recently which …

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Hi All, I want to grab TV Tuner Raw Samples for implementing FM receiver. I need to have mechanism to Tune desired frequency and then grab Samples of that frequency, in this case it would be IF samples and then implement FM receiver over it. I have already seen various examples at codeproject but they are not working on raw samples instead getting decoded data for video and audio. Can any one tell me how to do this under windows. Programming language could be c, c++, C# or VB?

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You might think that there's not much further for a high-end low budget home entertainment remote control unit to go than the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/home-theater-home-entertainment/reviews/324398"]One For All SmartControl that DaniWeb reviewed just over a year ago[/URL] now. However, One For All does not seem to agree as it has just launched the SmartControl Motion in the UK in time for Xmas, complete with the iPhone inspired gesture controls which provide the difference as well as the 'motion' in the name of the device. [ATTACH=RIGHT]23210[/ATTACH]Although the SmartControl Motion we have been playing with did not come with the Sony PS3 adapter that allowed …

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I recently bought a 3DTV (today, in fact. Just waiting for it to arrive early next week) and the only thing I need is an HDMI cable which can carry a 3D signal since my current one is only v1.3 which I believe cannot carry a 3D signal. I know that in terms of picture quality, there is little to no difference between the top of the range and bottom of the range so the main thing I'm looking for is the durability. The reason why I didn't buy an HDMI cable with the TV is because the cheapest one …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]21994[/ATTACH]The latest in a series of round table industry events held in the UK, and featuring a panel of experts in the field of commercial software development, has warned that ignoring the popularity of casual and mobile gaming is a big mistake for any successful digital development strategy. Interestingly, it also suggested that using the iPad as a TV games controller could be the key to ongoing success for games developers. The panel of experts at the event dismissed the relatively poor sales of the Nintendo 3DS portable console as being an indicator of failing interest in the sector. Stuart …

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I have a intex fm-tv tuner video capture card which is apprx. 7 year old. It is used only twice or thrice in these years. I have tata sky satelite at home. I want to make parallel connection from that satelite tv to my laptop using this tv tuner card. On my satellint settop box there are these ports: Video Left Right Mono Antena In RF Out In my tv tuner card there are these ports: FM TV Audio-Out AV-IN S-VHS REMOTE On my laptop I have these ports: VGA S-Video out jack Any idea how to do it? which …

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If you have not used one of these 'universal' programmable remote control devices for a while then prepare yourself for a shock of stellar proportions: this thing is really easy to use. No, I mean it, really easy. One For All rightly claims that it is just a three button process. The first of those buttons is quite aptly labelled 'magic' because that's exactly what appears to happen. [attach]17970[/attach] Press the 'magic' button, select the type of device you want to control (TV, Set Top Box, DVD, AMP, MP3 or Games Console) and then enter the appropriate generic code for …

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Hello, I want to build a online channels website where user can watch online channels in php. I have already done a lot of research. Can anyone tell me how can i get the live stream url of various channels E.g live stream url of sky sports is mms://live1.wm.skynews.servecast.net/skynews_wmlz_live300k so what about the other channels? and any other info. that i need to keep in mind while build this website? Thanks in advance.

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News Story The new iPod

Apple has had something of an exciting couple of weeks, it has to be said. There was the announcement of the iPhone and the predictable if misplaced media frenzy that accompanied it. Misplaced because, let’s face it, do we really need another smartphone even if it can play music which, in and of itself is not exactly new. Sure, the design looks good as you might expect, but design and practicality are often poles apart and I will reserve judgment on the latter until I have actually lived with the thing for a few weeks myself. Then, before the ink …

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Okay so most people these days have a home hum (a wireless rooter) and the last year or so has seen the begining of the rise of home cloud computing with prducts like the seagates goflex network shareing device etc. My question is what can you link up to you 'network' and how, obviously most people will be thinking of the following: @ TV @ Sterio/music devices @ SmartPhones @ Consoles @ -Computers- also i know you can get; washing machines, dishwashers, fridges, tv related hardware (digi box sky + etc) and you could always look to connect up e-readers, …

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[ATTACH=right]16889[/ATTACH]The Apple rumor mill is in full motion this morning, folks. [URL="http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-08-24/apple-said-to-be-in-talks-with-fox-for-new-99-cent-tv-show-rental-service.html"]Bloomberg News[/URL] is reporting that two of the world's most powerful cult leaders and their companies are considering a partnership to take network television programs one big step closer to breaking free from the box for good. The rumor is that Steve Jobs' Apple and Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. are working on a deal that would allow users to pay 99 cents to download an episode of a Fox show and be able to watch it for 48 hours. Other networks including NBC, CBS, and ABC (owned by Walt …

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[ATTACH=LEFT]16558[/ATTACH]Netflix users becoming growingly accustomed to stagnant queues of movies can breathe a sigh of relief. It was announced earlier today (August 10) that Netflix would embark on an estimated $1 billion deal over the course of the next five years with Epix, the premium pay-TV and video on demand (VOD) subscription service, beginning on September 1. Under the agreement, new releases and library titles available to stream instantly will make their way over to Netflix 90 days after they premier on Epix, to honor previous contracts with current cable and satellite companies. Historically, the rights to these theatrical releases …

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I have to admit it - I'm one of the people who uses an [URL="http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/shop_ipod/family/apple_tv?mco=MTAyNTQzMjU"]Apple TV[/URL] occasionally. It's a very nice box and sits under my television. Apple has done uncharacteristically little with it. There is speculation, following Wal-Mart's entry into the television streaming world, that Apple might be prompted to get off its corporate backside and make this box work. It's only speculation so far, but if it happens here is my wish for the next version of the product. 1. A less jerky picture. In common with all streaming and hard disk based TV technology the picture motion …

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Dear fellows hi! I am here to market my website {snipped link}. Can any body please guide me how to promote and market my website? I shall b great full to you. Thank you. Regards,

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UK broadcaster Channel 4 has signed a deal with YouTube to bring full TV programmes online, streamed for free. It's the first time that any broadcaster in the world has made such a comprehensive schedule of 'catch-up' programming available for free via YouTube. Of course, when I say free I mean ad-supported but that's only to be expected. With YouTube now serving some one billion video streams a day, it makes commercial sense to increase your advertising reach in this way. Financial terms are not being disclosed, but the partnership runs for an initial term of at least three years …

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I was watching an ad the other day for Panasonic where it showed people watching YouTube on a big flat screen TV in the living room. Yet most people don't watch content from the web on TV, probably because it still takes a technical leap that's simply too difficult for mass consumption. That got me thinking that many of us watch TV on our PC these days. My wife and I regularly watch shows on [URL="http://abc.go.com/"]ABC.com[/URL]. (I will sorely miss [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Life_on_Mars_(U.S._TV_series)"]Life on Mars[/URL], but check out [URL="http://abc.go.com/primetime/betteroffted/index?pn=index"]Better of Ted[/URL] if you haven't seen it). [URL="http://www.hulu.com/"]Hulu[/URL], which has a hilarious series …

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This is unusual. When I started as a journalist in the late eighties it went pretty much without saying that some territories would be ahead of my own home in the UK for technological take-up. America and Japan would typically be three years ahead of us while Germany would be one or two. That seems to be changing a little. Of course, mass communication means change is faster overall so the gap was always going to narrow. Then there are individual product launches in which companies decide we're going to get stuff later - we still don't have Amazon's Kindle …

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The BBC is [URL="http://uk.gizmodo.com/2008/11/11/bbc_seeks_gadget_family_for_ne.html"]apparently[/URL] looking for a UK based family which cannot live without gadgets to, err, live without gadgets while being filmed for a new fly on the wall style documentary show. The idea is for a kind of Back to the Future themed series which will transport a thoroughly modern British family back to a decade when gadget coolness was measured by how much fluff it could remove from your jumper or how easily it could stitch a button on to your jacket. OK, maybe a very early game of Pong or a portable record player that weighed …

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Howdy and welcome to Crystal Ball Sunday #12: Built-In Home Entertainment and Automation . Linux is the perfect medium for set top boxes (aka Set Top Units or Personal Video Recorders (PVR)) because of its customizability, optimization features, and no cost status. Whether you know them as Set Top Boxes, Set Top Units, or PVRs; you may know these generic names better by the brand name: TiVo. These Linux-based PVRs are not TiVo but they do what TiVo does and much more. With a PVR, you can watch, record, pause, and rewind live TV, watch movies, create your own home …

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