Sky Through Freecom DVB-T ??

  Georden01 12:25 18 Jul 07
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Currently, I watch Sky upstairs, by connecting the Sky RF out to my TV with a long co-axial cable.
It occured to me that if I plug this into my Freecom DVB, I should be able to watch the current Sky channel on the PC.
Unfortunately, I have not yet managed to make it work.
I thought maybe it was digital signal vs terrestrial, but the signal from the RF works on a standard TV, and if I do this connection, I can get all the normal channels on the PC.
Anyone have any ideas how to make this work?

you will need a dual dvb/analogue card or stick to recieve both signals as far as im aware
something like this foe example
click here

unless your freecom is this one? which is dual
click here

  Georden01 14:58 18 Jul 07

Looks like I need to spend some more money !
Thanks for the help Raven.

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