Your receiver SHOULD map the UHF channel to one of the channel 9 subchannel. They have three 9-1 (normally HD), 9-2(nothing ever on), and 9-3 ("educational" stuff). I got an email from KCTS recently saying because of the energy problems, they would not be broadcasting the digital stuff during the day. It does work at night though. The actual UHF channel is 48 (I think) but you should not have to access it this way. If you are using a DTC-100, you can do a "relearn channels" scan and find out what is actually out there.
Has anyone else in the Seattle area gotten anywhere on the dropout problems with King 5.3 on the Sony HD100 receiver?
I get great signal strength on the meter (97-98 for ABC/CBS/NBC/FOX/PBS) but King 5.3 experiences frequent (every couple seconds) dropouts with "Searching for Digital Signal." - which I understand other people are seeing as well.
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