Freesat TV

  Graham. 15:26 06 May 2008
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Is being launched. Will I be able to receive the channels on my Sky dish? It would be a non-subscription way to get HD TV.

  Graham. 15:27 06 May 2008
  Graham. 16:29 06 May 2008

And a Twin dual output LNB. Does that mean another cable to the dish?

  birdface 16:47 06 May 2008

Looks a bit expensive to me.You can get a digital box plug it into your TV aerial for £30.Mind you I am not sure what the difference between the two are.

  johnnyrocker 17:30 06 May 2008

link u/s


johnny

  Graham. 17:33 06 May 2008

I cobbled it together in Notepad.

  rawprawn 17:33 06 May 2008

Your lucky to have a choice, we can't get it up here, and it's estimated 2010/11.

  Graham. 17:34 06 May 2008

I think I'll have to get a man in to do that. The dish will probably have to be re-aligned.

  rawprawn 18:44 06 May 2008

Yes, sorry I have just seen it on TV. I misunderstood, I thought it was Freeview.
Blush, Blush!
it might be worth a throw for me.

  Graham. 19:31 06 May 2008

Fitting a new LNB may not be that simple. This site is a little out of date, but it's enough to frighten off DIY click here

  Poitier 19:33 06 May 2008

Does anyone know the position of the satellite from which the signals will be received?Will it be different frm that of Sky?

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