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    • The original post was made in May 2014, and things may have changed since then.

      But if you have rescanned and cannot receive it, then either your aerial is not 100% aligned, or that channel is not available in your area…?

        • I have no idea where you are, so are you sure that Paramount is on 682mhz where you are? As on many transmitters in my area it is not on that – for most that I have seen it is on 674 MHz, unless you are getting it from a repeater.
          Are you getting the other channel on that frequency?

          • Hi
            sorry for posting this complaint so late but Why cant i change the langyage to english? all the movies and shows on paramount tv are dubbed in spanish and when i change the audio to english it stays in spanish..
            kind regards

          • Whilst on the Paramount channel, you either have to press the audio button on the remote, or go into the menu system on the TV, to change the audio.

            However, some channels do not use the word “English” for the original audio…preferring to use “VO” for Version Original”, or “MUL” for Multilanguage as not everything the show is in English.

  1. hope you can help me…last year we watched several spanish channels on a kogan tv and got them in english ,by choosing audio english.this year we have a new Cello tv and we can only get Dmax channel in english, even thuogh programmes like Poirot, hawai 5 O,and english films are being aired…they all are dubbed spanish , despite the fact we have changed audio to english.
    has there been a change to the spanish broadcast system ??? or is it to do with our new tv ?? we tried an experiment and chose audio spanish and Dmax came through in spanish. we then chose audio english again and Dmax went back to english …but no other channel will do the same …they stay spanish …..yours very frustrated nigel moore

    • No changes… apart from you and your TV.

      Only Dmax and Disney use the word “english” for their other audio track.
      So setting it to English will only get you English audio on those two channels.

      Other channels do not use the word english. They use a few other options… VO (Version Original), MUL (Multilanguage), Dos (second audio), QAA (no idea!).
      So if your TV does not offer you these other options, then you have no way of getting those channels with the english audio track.

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