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Topic # 42372 3-Oct-2009 07:29
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I have a skydish and freeview decoder all working fine on freeview, is it easy to tune into the free to air christian stations? I've done a bit of searching online only finding limited information on it. Theres plenty of guys offering a service to tune in for you but i'd prefer to diy if I can. Thanks

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  Reply # 260738 3-Oct-2009 08:09
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Optus D2, has heaps of Christian channels, 152 degrees east, use 12407,V,30000 s/r to lock on to tuning channel.

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  Reply # 260776 3-Oct-2009 11:48
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your dish will need to be repointed to Optus D2 if you wish to view the Christian Channels on there (there are numerous ones on there)

Dishpointing is a 5 min job if you know what you're doing.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 260836 3-Oct-2009 16:46
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Try looking at www.dishpointer.com

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  Reply # 260866 3-Oct-2009 19:53
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If you point the dish at Optus D2, you will lose the Freeview channels which are on Optus D1.

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  Reply # 260873 3-Oct-2009 20:42
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Not if he installs a 2nd LNB on his dish and a DisEQc switch. If interested I can supply all the gear and helpful advice for doing this. PM if interested.

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  Reply # 260950 4-Oct-2009 11:28
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good point. A second LNB is probably a better way to go

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