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Topic # 59386 4-Apr-2010 15:58
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not sure if this is right forum for this, but none of the others seemed to fit either...

has anyone tried to receive Eurosport Asia-Pacific in NZ? i know it's available in AU and the satellite should be visible in NZ.

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  Reply # 314747 4-Apr-2010 16:48
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thanks, sorry for the wrong original forum.

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  Reply # 314780 4-Apr-2010 18:41
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Googling, it seems that it's on AsiaSat 3S and Optus C1 (or D3), encrypted. It seems that one needs to subscribe to Foxtel or Austar to get it - which most likely isn't allowed if you're not in Australia, plus one would need a really huge dish to get the Australian Optus C1/D3 beams outside of Australia (if that's even possible).



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  Reply # 314983 5-Apr-2010 15:39
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yes, i did some googling some time ago too with one of my friends who's played plenty with satellite stuff in europe. he concluded that with 1.8 dish it'd be possible. maybe a bit bigger, but the beam should be capturable in at least north island. according to him encryption is just a hurdle, not a show stopper.

so i was wondering if someone has actually tried that? i would have already attempted something with my pal but neither one of us lives in a house where we can install any kit in that size...

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