February 9, 2024 at 11:42 am #29569
I have recently bought a BV 10-46 without the HD-module. From another 10-46 that was unrepairable, I have dismantled the DVB-HD T/C/S2 module. Is this a simple swap, og do I need som kind of software update? Are there any pitfalls I should be aware?
My assumption is that this should be a fairly simple operation, but I would appreciate any comments or advice before I do the swap. I have found the service manual for a DVB_HD module for BS3, BV9 and BV7, but there are no service manual for the DVB-HD T/C/S2 module listed in the downloads section of Beoworld. In case anoyone have access to the latter I would appreciate a copy.
SverreFebruary 10, 2024 at 8:42 pm #29655peppsGOLD Member
- Kent, UK
I wish you the very best with this and will await your update. I don’t have any knowledge or experience to share with you sadly, but I hope you succeed because this is something I’ve been looking into for my BV7.February 10, 2024 at 9:45 pm #29658Anonymous
The 2 modules that is ”dvb receiver”
is the same for all bv10/bv7/bsys3 its only different cables/cable lenght and brackets to mount themFebruary 11, 2024 at 1:13 pm #29682RaMaBoGOLD Member
- Near Munich
This combination fits into also in the Beovision 8/40 (MK I and MK II) 😉
February 11, 2024 at 6:00 pm #29705
- This reply was modified 2 weeks, 5 days ago by RaMaBo.
Thank you for the replies. After some reading I believe that any configuration can be done in the set-up menus once the module has been installed. I will report back when I have found the courage to perform the installation 🙂February 12, 2024 at 10:15 pm #29758
Short version: Today I have a BV 10-46 with a fully functional DVB-HD module.
Loosened the six screws and lifted off the front frame as described in the service manual.
The marked panel had to come off. 13 T10 screws.
The DVB-HD module. Two connectors, J7 and J18. I did not remember where they should be connected. I later discovered that a short RJ45 connection from the top of the card to the bottom connection panel had gone missing. Solved by inserting a short ethernet patch cable. It will be available should the need arise without having to dismantling the TV.
Connector J 7 in the middle of the picture.
The DVB module goes into the open space to the left of connector J7. When the picture was taken, I had yet to remove the blind lid in the bottom.
Marked position for J 18.
When everything was connected and re-assembled, I launched the service menu — DVB service — and changed DVB connected to YES.
After a restart of the TV, all DVB-services I expected are now available to me.
SverreFebruary 13, 2024 at 2:23 pm #29783peppsGOLD Member
- Kent, UK
Woop! Woop! This has to go down as one of the best easy quick wins in Beoworld history!!February 13, 2024 at 10:38 pm #29792
Indeed, fortunately no takers when I tried to sell the module some years ago. Best of luck with your BV7.
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