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Old 22.09.2008, 13:42
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

Sorry yes:

QUAD - 4 Full outputs
Quattro - Split outputs for a Multi-switch.

If you wanted to receive multiple satellite with this 'Dish that isn't' then you have to have one per satellite that you wanted. They do a motirsed version that might be a better option, but then you have issues with multiple receivers/tuners.
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

This link will confrim the differences:

http://www.satcure.co.uk/tech/lnb.htm
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

I've just moved and I reckon mounting my 80cm antenna on my new abode, which is unter Heimatschutz probably wouldn't go down well with the local authorities. I came across the 45cm Technisat Multytenne which has 4 integrated LNBs between 13 and 28.5. I read that the last LNB will also pull 28.2 for BBC/ITV.

I might just be able to hide this antenna on my balcony, so I'd be very interested to hear of anyone's experiences with the Multytenne, especially the signal strength on 28.2
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

Forget about getting the BBC's etc.. with a dish that small. Exspecially if it's not hte primary focus.

Heinatschutz or not if you can install the 80cm inside your Balcony they can't stop you.
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

Now that Selfsat have a (seemingly) better version out H21D (http://www.selfsat.ch/) down anyone know whether Astra2 reception in the Zurich region is possible?
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

Hello all
I was successful in pointing towards Astra 28.2, 2A-2D and am receiving most of the freesat channels. (I had to get some help from a person who charged me for 2 hrs of his time).
During rain, the signal is very weak but otherwise ok.

I live in Geneva and I have the selfsat H21D. Although i am happy with it, I must mention that the dish is very very sensitive .

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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

after pouring through the satellite threads, i've finally worked out what needs to be done to get glorious HD beamed into my flat. very useful info indeed.

i'm keen to get the Selfsat dish (because of neighbours etc) but have read mixed reviews on reception (particularly BBC and ITV - Astra2).

based on the above post, the Selfsat H21D2 dish sounds like it's an improvement over the H10 models. has anyone else used this dish? maybe in the Basel region?


there is also a seemingly newer version - H30D2. any ideas if this provides even better performance? logically you might expect so, but on most the websites i've seen, it is coming in cheaper than the H21D2- so raises the question.


thanks!
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

i get crystal clear 1080i clarity for BBC HD, ITV HD and Luxe HD on my selfsat H21D2 (in Geneva).........
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Re: Satellite Dish that isn't

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after pouring through the satellite threads, i've finally worked out what needs to be done to get glorious HD beamed into my flat. very useful info indeed.

i'm keen to get the Selfsat dish (because of neighbours etc) but have read mixed reviews on reception (particularly BBC and ITV - Astra2).

based on the above post, the Selfsat H21D2 dish sounds like it's an improvement over the H10 models. has anyone else used this dish? maybe in the Basel region?


there is also a seemingly newer version - H30D2. any ideas if this provides even better performance? logically you might expect so, but on most the websites i've seen, it is coming in cheaper than the H21D2- so raises the question.


thanks!
Hi HP,
did you ever find out the difference between the H21D2 and the H30D2?
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