1) The antennas come with the Dietz units and would be the same as mentioned in the second post above.TeddyBGame said:well, since you asked:
1) what kind of antennas are needed? Where would we install these antennas?
2) Do we need to pay for some kind of service to get these channels?
3) Will the RNS-E control the TV tuner (via CAN-bus) or will we need a remote and IR eye?
Either way, sounds cool. If I didn't already have a DVD/TV tuner in the Blaupunkt ME3, I would certainly consider it.
Good luck and keep us posted!
Exactly what I would be selling.AudiA4B6US said:A little off topic but for those in Germany this might be interesting: Dietz DVB-T Tuner 1490 with Dietz IMU 1450 Intelligent Multimedia Control Unit, full control over the external TV tuner from the RNS-E.
I'm not a huge "TV in car" fan but something as clean as this solution would be interesting even for me. Especially because of the 2 AV in it comes with.
OK, thanks for the bad news . After researching you are 100% correct we are adopting ATSC while the European countries have adopted the DVB standard.AudiA4B6US said:OK, but isn't terrestical digital TV in North America ATSC and not NTSC? Or am I mixing up tuner standards now?
Germany is moving to all digital terrestical TV, analog TV will disappear - if hasn't already. It's free over the air.Haaggie said:I assume you need a subscription from a Digital TV broadcaster in Germany to get the signal? I don't think it's free2air?