Now this will do all that you need and you can uninstall any real player and quick time that you have.
Hope this helps.
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Panasonic Hotel Mode
It’s easy to access this mode so for the heck of it, i just tried the procedure on my 46G10 and it does have a Hotel Mode menu, including a Max Volume setting.
I would go to a store that allows you to hold the remote and see if you can put the model(s) you’re interested into Hotel Mode. Or have someone here who owns a particular model try it on his own TV for you.
You just hold down the -V button on the side of the TV then press the Input key on the remote 3 times and the Hotel Mode menu should appear on the screen. To exit, simply press the Return or Exit key on the remote.
The software is available here: Free Edition
Basically you load the server software (blue icon) on the HTPC computer connected to the TV. It works best to include the server software in the startup folder.
Then on the laptop you use the viewer software (green icon) to control the HTPC.
The only real setup you need to do on the server is to enter a password for connection. You also need to allow access to the server which may mean bypassing any firewall software to allow the external laptop to gain control of the HTPC, but that would be true of any software that is going to control the HTPC via the ethernet port. I just disable my firewall in the HTPCs completely.
To sign on to the HTPC from the laptop you need to know the computer network name. When you run the viewer software on the laptop you will enter the HTPC network name and the password you used in the server setup. That’s it a window of the HTPC desktop will appear on your laptop and you will have full control of the HTPC.
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all stations broadcasting an HDTV signal must embed a reference to the
original analog TV station. So on DTV receivers that meet the PSIP
standard, WTAE-DT channel 51 will report to the viewer’s onscreen channel
display as 4-1, since we are WTAE-TV channel 4. Our regular analog
channel would report as channel 4-0 on this type receiver. All other
broadcasters in the country must follow the same rules. So when the viewer
sees 4-1 he is in fact watching our HDTV Channel.
HOW to find free Mp3s on the web:
-inurl:htm -inurl:html intitle:”index of” “Last modified” mp3
Okay, so let’s break this down. You are attempting to find directories,
so you don’t want a a Web page (hence the minus sign in front of both the
htm and html extensions). You’re looking for the root directory,
so that’s where the “index of” in the title (intitle) comes in.
And that mp3 file designation?
You can change that to any file you are wanting to look for: wma, pdf, etc.
Now, how about looking for specific artists? Easy:
-inurl:htm -inurl:html intitle:”index of” mp3 “beethoven”
Make sure you put the artist’s name in quotes at the end of the search string.
Now, there’s another way to do this that might be a little bit easier;
you’re just changing the order of your search query around.
intitle:index.of + mp3 + “beethoven” -html -htm -txt
Basically, you’re doing the same thing that you did in the first search string.
You can narrow it down even further if you want to:
“index of” + intitle:mp3 + beethoven
All you’re doing here is looking for directories with MP3 in the title
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Programming: www.titantv.comÂ Â Antenna gain: http://www.hdtvprimer.com/ANTENNAS/comparing.html
Amp vs. raising the antennaÂ ……Â Â Â Adding height does yield some improvements in signal quality, but consider this: you get 3db improvement for each 30′ of additional height you get (on average) A preamp with 24db gain has the net effect of raising your antenna an additional 240 feet. That isn’t exactly precise, since TV signals scatter above about 120′ and you would incur additional line losses in an additional 240′ of cable, but i think you get the idea. In a weak signal area, a preamp succeeds like nothing else, as long as it doesn’t overload and it doesn’t introduce too much noise into the system.
Broadcast Television Station Search
A great site for letting the reader know what stations are available to them in analog and/or digital. A bit more cumbersome to use than antennaweb.org, but far more useful for seing digital stations beyond 35 miles. You can use the site http://www.lyngsat.com/tracker/america.htmlÂ to get the approximate Lat and Lon of your location. Use any satellite.
Antenna Installation Guide
This guide is often reprinted in other websites, but it remains the definitive how-to guide for installing an antenna. Very worthwhile!
HDTV Magazine - Broadcast HDTV Programming
Digital stations listed on a market-by market basis: useful for locating stations in suburban towns and outlying areas not identified by an FCC search.
A good site for determining the shortest distance between two municipalities.
Reassignment after analog cutoff.
The full table of “final” digital channel assignments is at:
The short list of potential changes is at:
Use the “basic” configuration for ffdshow. .avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=719041