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    I've been into FTA for quite some time now but never worked with the Enigma2 operating system.

    My question is in regards to channel selection. From what I can tell channel selection is done through bouquets or categories but is it possible to bring up a list of satellites, then choose one and in turn bring up a channel list for that satellite like a conventional receiver?

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    Enigma2 is a conventional operating system It just has a lot of features that are available if you want to use them.
    Channel selection may be customized to show channels or services when you press a certain key on the remote control for the receiver. I use the green button for channel selection,and will show you how I have it set up for me.

    Press the green button once for the channel list for your current satellite or terrestrial service list.
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    Press the green button again for the satellite list.
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    Press the green button again if you want to split the satellite selection into groups.
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    You may customize even further by using bouquets and Favorites.
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    Thank you for your reply.

    That sounds great, I think I"ll have to save my extra pennies up and get one of the Edisions. I was kind of interested also in the Zgemma H5 with the built in ATSC tuner but I believe I read that it didn't have a blind scan pluggin yet.

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    EB, noticed you scanned 177w; how's the reception from your neck of the woods?
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    Quote Originally Posted by navagator View Post
    Thank you for your reply.

    That sounds great, I think I"ll have to save my extra pennies up and get one of the Edisions. I was kind of interested also in the Zgemma H5 with the built in ATSC tuner but I believe I read that it didn't have a blind scan pluggin yet.

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    Correct. No blindscan or 16 apsk in the H5. The OS Mini is atsc capable using an external Hauppauge 850 tuner
    The dual or twin DVB-S2 is the only OS Mini to consider. The second Montage tuner has 16/32 apsk, and a fairly decent blindscan. Look in the link.
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    177 West is a dummy satellite that I use for dish tuning. 177 West would be over the horizon in Atlanta, Ga. Sorry for the confusion on that.
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