Contest: Dr. HD Satellite Meters - Two Winners

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  1. #1 Titanium, Jul 26, 2017
    Last edited by a moderator: Aug 9, 2017
    Enter to Win a Dr. HD Satellite Meter!
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    Dr. HD has provided a few advanced DVBS2 satellite meters for a SatelliteGuys contest! These meters are very advanced and I keep finding more cool functions that usually are only found on high end receivers and meters! I have tested and loaded them with a current NA satellite and transponder list. The contest winner will receive either the Dr. HD 1000 Combo (DVBS2/T2) or the Dr. HD S+ (DVBS2) meter. Since OTA TV in North America uses the ATSC standard instead of the DVBT2, both meters will offer the NA user an identical experience with tuning DVBS / S2 satellite signals.

    The Dr. HD meters are loaded with functions like the frequency spectrum display, DiSEqC / USALS motor control, 22KHz/DiSEqC switch control, auto satellites identification with valid network id tables, display service information, Many signal measurements (RF, SNR, MER, BER, LM, PER), blind / satellite / network / manual scan modes, TV viewing onscreen or external via HDMI / composite outputs, audio track selection, AV input for CCTV alignment, internal satellite and TP editor, WiFi dongle compatible and so much more! The user can use the online Dreambox satellite list creation and XML edit tools to completely modify the parameters with custom satellite / transponder lists and even create LNB LO options. 450-2350 input frequency range!

    Check out these features:
    • Compact, easy-to-use satellite meter for easy, fast and precise antennae installation
    • Real-time Spectrum 9fps (110ms) + watching of TV channels
    • Red/Green LED bars for additional convenience in bright sunlight (Also displays SAT signal level + TP level in spectrum mode)
    • Constellation function (fast-tune)
    • DVB-S/S2 support
    • BER, MER, PER, SNR and RF level display
    • Best SAT ID function, so you always know from what SAT the signal is coming from
    • Voltage+Current display of LNB
    • Audio and visual alarm when signal locked
    • Keyboard glows in the dark
    • Wi-Fi connectivity (USB dongle needed, optional)
    • Light-weight, strong and robust aluminum body
    • Stay hands-free: can be attached to your wrist/hand or belt or neck-strap
    • Special bag for installations in direct sunlight + additional protection
    • USB port for more functions
    • CCTV function (displays RCA audio+video from Cam)
    • Auto search, fast blind search, NIT search
    • Satellite position/Network name/Transponder info display (by NIT)
    • 450...2350 input frequency
    • DISEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2/USALS/Unicable (EN50494/EN50607) support
    • Can power up USALS / DiSEqC 1.2 motor to move dish
    • Signal Strength and Quality Digital Meter (both numerical value and picture)
    • Field-editing is also possible (no PC needed)
    • Can easily update data with Satellite.xml and Terrestrial.xml (Dreambox file types)
    • 2800/3000 mAh Li-Polymer battery
    • Possible to charge and power up from any DC power 10 ... 15V, even from satellite receiver
    • Can work without battery
    • HDMI out
    • Full set of protections against short-circuit, over-current, low-grade cables, etc
    • 2 years, 24 months warranty
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    How to Enter: Simply reply to this post with "I want to win a Dr. HD Advanced Satellite Meter."

    Thank you Dr. HD for providing these great meters for the SatelliteGuys contest! Facebook

    Fine Print: This contest is open to any SatelliteGuys member or staff who is in good standing. One entry per Member. Contest ends 11:59 pm, PDT, August 14th, 2017. Two winners will be selected at random from valid entries and posted on this thread. If a winner does not respond to the SatelliteGuys posted winning notification within 10 days of the winner notification posting, the prize will be forfeited and will be offered to another randomly drawn contestant with a valid entry.

    This prize will be shipped free of charge to any residential or commercial address in the mainland US or Canada. The winner is responsible for all brokerage and/or customs fees incurred on international shipments and for shipping costs to other locations.

    Good Luck! Be sure to check back after August 14th, 2017 to see if you won or congratulate the winner!
    We would appreciate reviews of any of the products that the winner selects.
     

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  3. I want to win a Dr. HD Advanced Satellite Meter.
     
  4. That is something I could use. My old Birdog is at end of life for functionality. I want to win.
     
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    Thanks for the contest Brian! :)
     
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    Thanks to Dr. HD and Titanium for the contest.
     
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    Thanks for another great contest, Brian!
     
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    Would really like to win this!!

    Thanks for doing this, Brian!!
     
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    Thank you Dr. HD for providing these great meters for the SatelliteGuys contest!
     
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