Wednesday, August 24, 2011

OSN Kuwait Dish Settings

OSN Broadcasts all of its programmes via the Nilesat 102 Satellite at 7º West. You may find the following technical information of use during installation and the programming of your decoder

Satellite: Nilesat
Location: 7º West
Transponder 1: 11.996 Ghz Horizontal
Transponder 2: 12.073 Ghz Horizontal
Transmission System: MPEG2
Conditional Access: Irdeto
Forward Error Correction: 3/4
Symbol Rate 27500

OSN transmits its signals in digital format. This gives high quality picture with CD quality sound and the possibility to deliver Dolby Pro-Logic surround sound providing you have this equipment. We aim to transmit all our programmes in stereo, whenever possible and you can rely on Showmovies, MTV and VH-1 to provide stereo sound in unrivalled quality.


To listen in stereo will either need a Stereo TV set or a Stereo Hi-Fi amplifier. Most new TV sets have either AV-Left-Right input/output, a SCART input or both.

If you have a stereo TV set
Connect the AV-Left-Right output located at the back of your decoder, into the AV-Left-Right input located at the back of your TV using stereo phono connectors. This is a simple, straight forward connection which will allow you to hear great stereo sound selectable from your Stereo TV set.

If you have a stereo Hi-Fi
Connect the AV-Left-Right output located at the back of your decoder, into the AV-Left-Right input located at the back of your Stereo usually marked either VCR, AUX or TV. Then in order to enjoy the Stereo sound you will need to switch your stereo on the VCR, AUX or TV input and turn your TV to the desired channel and just enjoy the sound.

If you have both, a Stereo TV and a Stereo Amplifier
Connect the AV-Left-Right output located at the back of your decoder, into the AV-Left-Right input located at the back of your TV. Then connect the AV-Left-Right output located at the back of your TV, into the AV-Left-Right input located at the back of your Stereo usually marked either VCR, AUX or TV. Then in order to enjoy the Stereo sound, you will need to switch your stereo on the VCR, AUX or TV input and turn your TV to the desired channel and just enjoy the sound.

If you have a VCR
If you have a non-Stereo VCR then it is not recommended to connect your AV-Left-Right from the decoder directly into your VCR as this will eliminate the stereo sound and convert it to mono. It is best to connect the UHF output from your decoder to the UHF input of your VCR. Then tune the VCR as if you were tuning any other channel (See your VCR manual for details on how to tune your VCR). Then connect the AV-Left-Right output located at the back of your decoder, into the AV-Left-Right input located at the back of your TV or Stereo.

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