> NBC at 122.1 virtualized to 4.1 does work properly for the
> most part. I can program 4.1 and it will get that.
> Unfortunately, I couldn't yet find where Comcast is hiding CBS.
> At one time in the past I believe it was on 122.3. When I put
> 122.3 in, it just jumps straight to NBC at 4.
Which is why I wrote above that "Comcast has virtualized some xxx.x broadcasting channels over to a network x.x, even though there are other channels on the xxx.x which are not network. Those xxx.x channels are not tunable at all by Funai...."
Since 122. is virtualized to 7., 122.3 will never tune CBS, any 122.x will only tune a 4.x sub-channel if it exists. If NBC has three sub-channels in your area then 122.1/4.1, 122.2/4.2 aand 122.3/4.3 are matched pairs. Now, watch carefully....there are different tuner behaviors between watching and timed recording.
- If you are watching, and you punch in 122.5 then Funai selects 4.1
- If you set a timed recording to 122.5 you will get a black screen because Funai selects 4.5 and there is nothing at that address.
BTW, when you write "jumps straight to NBC at 4" do you really mean analog 4? If so, then are you reporting what happens on your recorder or your TV, because analog and digital are an either/or on Funai's hybrid tuner.
> My analog ABC is on 7.31...
Every analog channel has a digital doppelganger, sometimes even two.
> In any case, by going through the whole process I did find a lot more
> digital channels than I thought I'd see
That's doing things the hard way. If you have a DTA there is no way "Comcast is hiding CBS" because they gave you the tool that identifies all the QAM channels you can receive. The DTA's Virtual Channel Page identifies every station because that's how the STBs figure out what to display on screen. STBs don't use the PSIPs, which is why Comcast does not give a damn about corrupted PSIPs.http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...count=12#Scan8