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07-29-2005 08:12 PM #7Originally Posted by vurbano
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07-29-2005 08:18 PM #8
4700 for sure have the software - I saw it by myself a few days ago.
07-29-2005 08:33 PM #9Stand against retrans!!!
07-29-2005 08:42 PM #10
This might be a silly question, but what benefit does this dish offer? I have a setup for Voom at 61.5 and Dish 500. Is there something out on the outer fringe sats that need?
07-29-2005 08:48 PM #11Any posts on this forum are my personal thoughts and do not represent the views or reflections of my current employer!
07-29-2005 08:56 PM #12
I have a couple of questions that you maybe able to answer after you get the D1000 set up properly and obtain a receiver that has a 129 W Point Dish choice. Since you are in Connecticut, what type of elevation angle do you need to use? Is there a listing in a manual that tells by zip code what elevation and skew angles to use or is this available in the Peak Angles sub menu for the receiver you are using? What type of angles are needed for the worst case, let's say a zip code somewhere in northern Maine? Have you heard if Dish will allow one to use a D300 with a D500 to get 110/119 and 129? It is has been reported on the other site that an analog signal is available at 129 W on the 32 TP. I guess the next couple of months of Tech/Charlie Chats should be a lot more interesting than the past several. Of course I still think Dish will come out with a Superdish that can get 110, 118.7 or 121, 119 and 129.