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Topic # 6433 25-Jan-2006 11:29
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Looking into getting one, Just wondering if anyone has one, and how they find it.
Any particular model that is a good one to go for?

Any help would be great

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  Reply # 27139 25-Jan-2006 15:21
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Wills1

I have had a look at the website for these and they look pretty cool - just wondering if you know what sort of channel coverage you would get in NZ with a Sky sat




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  Reply # 27141 25-Jan-2006 15:28
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OPTUS B1 Channels:
*TV1
*TV2
*NASA TV
*Maori TV
*DW(German, 80% in Eng)
*CCTV9(China, 50% in Eng)
*(TV3 & PRIME, Yet to be CONFIRMED)

OPTUS C1: (with this Unique unit you can watch)
*Australia Ch 7
*SBS Wa
*SBS SE
*SBS QLD
*Business TV1 & TV2

OPTUS B3 Channels:
*BVN(Dutch)
*Abu Dhabi
*Oman TV(Arabic)
*TRT(Turkey)
*Church TV
*ERT(Greece)
*TGN(Thai)
*God Channel
*JCTV(muisc)
*Da Ai(China)
*MAC(Taiwan)
*Picture of Croatia
*Trinity
*BVN(Dutch).

you need multiple LNB's on your sky dish if you want to watch optus b1 and c1 without have to move the dish check out this site http://www.freetv.co.nz/products.htm

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 27145 25-Jan-2006 15:54
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cant say that there is anything there that I would want this for - wouldnt a PVR with sky digital be better for channel selection?




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  Reply # 27149 25-Jan-2006 16:07
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yes it would, but this is a one off charge for the reciever, then no monthly costs. Im mainly intrested in the auzzie channels. And one for the bach to get good reception for tv1 and 2

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  Reply # 27158 25-Jan-2006 16:34
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yeah it did look good for a bach or a caravan or something.




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