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    Thumbs up Dish Chat!!

    I've just looked round the website and cannot find a thread for dish's.

    Just would like to know what type of dish's people are using

    And i think it would be good that others will chat to others about thier dish's.

    Just a thought

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    Re: Dish Chat!!

    has anyony or is anyony have a WAVE FRONTIER 90CM TOROIDAL DISH???


    Would like to know how good it is??????????????

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    Re: Dish Chat!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyten View Post
    I've just looked round the website and cannot find a thread for dish's.

    Just would like to know what type of dish's people are using

    And i think it would be good that others will chat to others about thier dish's.

    Just a thought
    Hi Tonyten,the best type of dish to buy is 'the offset type. The bigger the dish the stronger the signal, but as dish size goes up so does the price and it needs to set up 'perfectly' with the correct tools.In the euro zone between 1 and 2 meter dish size gets more than enough .. Good luck. z42.

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    Re: Dish Chat!!

    Thanks mate!!!

    I have a 1 meter orbital dish, and i want to expand it so i can have multi lnb's running of it........

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    Re: Dish Chat!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyten View Post
    Thanks mate!!!

    I have a 1 meter orbital dish, and i want to expand it so i can have multi lnb's running of it........
    Hi m8,without looking on the net for it , i guess you have one of those kind of woks that allows several lnb's at the focal point to obtain some signal from a portion of the arc.I bet setting up all those lnb's will be a nightmare, i wonder if you can obtain the optimum alighnment for each lnb ?.The other way is to buy a mount, jack arm and superjack positioner from cpc and watch horizon to horizon tv, more choice some free some not !!

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    Re: Dish Chat!!

    Quote Originally Posted by z42 View Post
    Hi m8,without looking on the net for it , i guess you have one of those kind of woks that allows several lnb's at the focal point to obtain some signal from a portion of the arc.I bet setting up all those lnb's will be a nightmare, i wonder if you can obtain the optimum alighnment for each lnb ?.The other way is to buy a mount, jack arm and superjack positioner from cpc and watch horizon to horizon tv, more choice some free some not !!

    Good info mate..

    I'v found a multi bracket on the net which will fit onto the dish. I'm very happy to get it, but like you said it might take some time to get the satellite's i want in the right place.

    Some other guy showed me a picture of his dish with a multi bracket fitted on it and it looks good.

    The sats i want is 1w, 13e, 16e and 19,e

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    Hi m8, i have (a few years ago)tried a offset with three lnb's but found that i needed to set the dish up proper for the weakest sat and aim the other lnb's at the strongest.I hope it works well for you.Regards z42.

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