WHAT'S A MUX?

MUX or MULTIPLEX is a group of TV or radio stations all transmitted from the same Radio Frequency Block (or RF CHANNEL), which you receive using a UHF aerial.

Here are the MUXs or MULTIPLEXES in New Zealand and what TV or radio stations are on each.

TVNZ MUX | TVNZ 1, TVNZ 2, TVNZ DUKE, TVNZ1+1 & TVNZ2+1.

MEDIAWORKS MUX | THREE, Bravo, THREE+1, Bravo plus 1, The Edge TV & The Shopping Channel.

K1 MUX | Prime, Choice TV, HGTV, Parliament TV, Firstlight, CTV8, tvCENTRAL (Tauranga & Northern Bay of Plenty only), Dunedin Television 39 (Dunedin only), CTV (Canterbury only), Radio NZ National, Radio NZ Concert, BaseFM.

K2 MUX | Al Jazeera English, TVSN, YES SHOP, Apna Television.

MTS Mux | Maori Television, Te Reo

J1 MUX | Prime, Choice TV, HGTV, Al Jazeera English, Parliament TV, Te Reo, Firstlight, CTV8, tvRotorua (Rotorua only), infoRotorua (Rotorua only), East Coast Television (Gisborne only), Channel North (Whangarei only), CTV (South Canterbury only), Radio NZ National, Radio NZ Concert, BaseFM.

Please note that K1, K2 and J1 MUXs are region-dependent:

  • J1 services Whangarei, Rotorua, Taupo, Gisborne, Whanganui, Masterton, Wairarapa, Nelson, Timaru & Invercargill.
  • K1 & K2 services Auckland, Waikato, Tauranga, Napier & Hastings, Taranaki, Manawatu, Wellington, Christchurch, Dunedin.

LOST a MUX?

Loss of a multiplex of channels (for example, TV ONE, TV2, TV ONE plus 1 and TV2 plus 1) is usually a sign of antenna or set-up issues.  It's best to consult your installer or you can add a discussion in the Reception Forum to get some free advice. 

Please include the following details so the community can offer the best advice specific for your set-up:

  • Channels Lost (try all channels and list ALL that you don't get - not just the ones you normally watch);
  • You Location (or if you don't wish to disclose: enter your address at www.freeviewnz.tv/coverage.aspx and detail what you get);
  • What antenna you're using (Satellite Dish? UHF Aerial - Indoor / Outdoor?);
  • What brand and model your device is;
  • Whether you have any other devices connected to your TV (like analogue VCRs, DVD recorders or SKY decoders).

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