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Scott Greczkowski

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Beginning August 10, 2006, Greek-Language Channels Transitioning to the 61.5° and 148° Orbital Locat

As you know, new customers are currently viewing the Greek-language channels from the 61.5° and 148° orbital locations. We are now beginning to migrate existing customers from the 121° orbital location effective August 10, 2006. Therefore, as of August 10, 2006, the antenna for existing customers subscribing to these channels is a wing antenna (DISH 500 or 300) and will no longer be a SuperDISH antenna. Affected customers will be contacted by DISH Network to upgrade their equipment. This migration will be performed by DISH Network at no charge to the customer. Any existing customers who wish to add Greek-language content to their account can participate in the Additional Antenna Promotion.
 

Stouk

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Thanks Scott. So if I need a wing antenna for the Greek stations. Can I modify the superdish so it can recieve 129 instead of 121?
 

Scott Greczkowski

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Stouk said:
Thanks Scott. So if I need a wing antenna for the Greek stations. Can I modify the superdish so it can recieve 129 instead of 121?
No you can't the 121 LNB is a regular KU LNB, not a circular LNB which is need to pick up the signals from 129.
 

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Greek channels arent on 129. They're on 61.5/148

stouk-I answered your question in your other thread. you'll need 2 dishes (110/119 and 61.5)
 

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