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Topic # 192036 24-Feb-2016 21:32
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I have set up a satellite dish 65cm to play with, I have it clear sight on my deck,

 

With much frustration yesterday I managed only find Optus D1, but today I managed to get Intelsat 19 which was recently launched back in 2012.
But there is only 4 channels in English (France News 24, RT and Euronews and Arirang) the other two that could interest me is Globo TV and Record but are in Portuguese (which I am learning at the moment)

 

But boy the channels look a lot better in MPEG 4

 

But apart from Optus D2, D3/C1 is there any others I can manage with a Ku Band 113000 Single LNB? Current Location in the Bay Of Islands (Kerikeri)

 

 


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  Reply # 1498851 24-Feb-2016 22:28
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Nevermind I have found another forum to set my question too.


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Well as I'd already gone looking, here's the help I found

http://www.nzdtv.com/forum/showthread.php?2247-How-to-Install-Fixed-Satellite-Dish-(for-new-zealand-amp-Aus)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1499121 25-Feb-2016 13:16
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joshhill96:

 

Nevermind I have found another forum to set my question too.

 

 

 

 

which forum as I'm interested in your results





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