Dual LNB holder @ 6 degrees

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Hi All,

I set up my dish ( 36" DirecTV WorldDirect ) using lnb holder described above. I am only using one lnb and would like to make use of the extra opening, 6 degrees apart, for a second lnb. The dish is set up at optimal settings for AMC4 101.

I don't know if anybody has a similar set up, but what satellite, if any, would I hit if I simply inserted a second lnb in opening available? Thanks.
 

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Mikhel

Mikhel

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May 27, 2008
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Hi All,

I set up my dish ( 36" DirecTV WorldDirect ) using lnb holder described above. I am only using one lnb and would like to make use of the extra opening, 6 degrees apart, for a second lnb. The dish is set up at optimal settings for AMC4 101.

I don't know if anybody has a similar set up, but what satellite, if any, would I hit if I simply inserted a second lnb in opening available? Thanks.

You could try and get 95ºW and 101ºW since they are 6 degrees appart from each other, since 107ºW Ku doesn't has a lot of feeds.

Cheers

M.
 
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classicsat

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I vote 95. While I don't pine for it, I think CCTV4 is interesting to watch sometimes.
 
Mikhel

Mikhel

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Maybe he could even target:
89-95-101ºW using another LNB in the other side of the dish.

89 has been having a fair amount of baseball feeds from spring training as of lately (I've seen: Angels, BoSox, Yankees and some Seattle i think it was, wildfeeds).

Cheers

M.
 
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