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V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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Salve, ho acquistato V8 Finder Pro e nelle impostazioni per alimentare l’antenna DVB-T da solo 5 V CC a 120 mA MAX e non 12V impossibile da utilizzare per alimentare amplificatore. Qualcuno ha Risolto? Possibile risolvere con aggiornamento firmware? Grazie

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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Unfortunately, currently only 5V (measured 4.6-4.7 with me). 19V SAT TV measured at my place.

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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redlemon wrote:
Sat May 07, 2022 10:05 pm
Salve, ho acquistato V8 Finder Pro e nelle impostazioni per alimentare l’antenna DVB-T da solo 5 V CC a 120 mA MAX e non 12V impossibile da utilizzare per alimentare amplificatore. Qualcuno ha Risolto? Possibile risolvere con aggiornamento firmware? Grazie
L'alimentazione è solo per le antenne e non per gli amplificatori, viene utilizzata per le antenne interne

redlemon
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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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L'uscita alimentata a 12V è utile così posso testare l'impianto amplificatore compreso. Ho utilizzato vari strumenti di questo tipo e hanno l'opzione 12V.

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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redlemon wrote:
Tue May 10, 2022 12:42 pm
L'uscita alimentata a 12V è utile così posso testare l'impianto amplificatore compreso. Ho utilizzato vari strumenti di questo tipo e hanno l'opzione 12V.
I have suggested using a splitter from the satellite output with 13v set and the DVB-t to supply 13v for 12v amps.

Other users point out this will affect the level readings due to loss through the splitter.

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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Great, and what measured values it will show. Not nearly as accurate. The instrument is rubbish for now and I don't know what it can be used for. As an Instrument no way. It is not clear to me how it could have gone on sale at all.

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A measurement is to check how much it amplifies in case you should attenuate or amplify, check what losses you have due to insertion to assess an intervention that complies with regulations,

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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What are you writing about? The device has 100 flaws. One of them is only 5V power supply (4.7V). It should had and 12V directly via the TV socket, not via the satellite socket. It would be fairest to get all the money back, the device has nothing to do with what is written in the specifications.

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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Hazl113 wrote:
Thu May 19, 2022 2:54 pm
What are you writing about? The device has 100 flaws. One of them is only 5V power supply (4.7V). It should had and 12V directly via the TV socket, not via the satellite socket. It would be fairest to get all the money back, the device has nothing to do with what is written in the specifications.
The technical characteristics are correct, it is enough to take measurements, you should read the instructions for use

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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CAJE wrote:
Thu May 19, 2022 5:07 pm
Hazl113 wrote:
Thu May 19, 2022 2:54 pm
What are you writing about? The device has 100 flaws. One of them is only 5V power supply (4.7V). It should had and 12V directly via the TV socket, not via the satellite socket. It would be fairest to get all the money back, the device has nothing to do with what is written in the specifications.
The technical characteristics are correct, it is enough to take measurements, you should read the instructions for use
Obviously you are here to defend GTmedia. That device, GTMedia V8 Finder Pro is worthless. I have enough experience to write that. And you still bang on your own. If I were in China, I would ask for a refund. It is not the fault of Bangood or Aliexpress that they sell garbage like this device. They just sell. The manufacturer is the biggest culprit that has ever started selling untested devices. That garbage from the device.

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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I am sorry that you do not like the model because you do not understand how it works, there is no need to try to discredit anyone, if the product is not to your liking, you return it to the seller
topic closed by me

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Re: V8 Finder Pro DVB-T 5V

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Don't insult. I’ve written to you nicely 10 times about why the device is bad, and if you haven’t had enough evidence to do so, I’ll write them down with more pictures attached. You will not admit that the device is useless. Compare it with someone else so we can see the results, except that you do not have other devices. You probably don't know English well either, because everyone else understood everything what I was writing about.

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