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Topic # 96520 29-Jan-2012 20:58
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Share Feeds here, FTA Feeds that can be received on a standard DVB-S Receiver. 
This forum is for all feeds and makes it easier for users to read and create a database.

E.g.
BASKETBALL- INDIA 
12345v7200

Cheers all 

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  Reply # 574742 29-Jan-2012 21:28
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Its actually a whole lot easier to bookmark and keep an eye on the australasian forum with Aussie users also monitoring it thats been established.

http://www.vetrun.net/forums/showthread.php?t=5320&page=125

And one of the NZ satellite news pages..

http://www.apsattv.com/

Rather than repeating everything?


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  Reply # 575119 30-Jan-2012 22:39
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I agree, Lets keep the feed reports on the one site. Easier to keep track of.

http://www.vetrun.net/forums/showthread.php?t=5320&page=125

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  Reply # 575296 31-Jan-2012 13:29
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Thanks Guys, 

Can these forums be deleted, I only started a month ago and havn't got into the full swing. Is there a way or are they archived? 




 

 

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Reply # 575552 31-Jan-2012 21:11
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I am also only new to this forum, Not sure about deleting a topic. Just leave it and let it take its course.

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  Reply # 577647 5-Feb-2012 20:17

can anyone advise which sat receivers they have that allows them to tune in any satellite outside of freeview. and that use C band and Ku band.

I opened a topic, but no replies. 

if there is a good older model then I'm all ears

otherwise what model allows you to easily use the receiver to get C band and Ku band satellites

take it easy 

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  Reply # 577923 6-Feb-2012 19:12
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QueenDudleyStephens: can anyone advise which sat receivers they have that allows them to tune in any satellite outside of freeview. and that use C band and Ku band.

I opened a topic, but no replies.


You got plenty of replies, it appears you simply didnt like the responses.

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