Besides SBS 6 74.0W, are there any other Satellites that Wild Feeds are available on, without having to get a 10 foot Fish?
I usually start with 91 and go the other way, including 89, 87, 83 and 72. Then I go to 103 and then on to 123. If I find something I'll watch, I start using another receiver and watch while it's scanning.When I scan for feeds (especially sports) I scan 74, 79, 85, 91 first.
I find quite a few things every time I search the sats, I don't do it everynight, but usually grab my laptop and do some surfing while I run scans on sats. I don't have c-band setup, but there is more stuff there too, but some nights I find quite a bit of stuff in Ku band alone to keep me busy.
What I really like is you find things that you really like, but almost never see on networks or cable channels. Sometimes I think, who is this being broadcast for cause I never see anything like this on my cable or satellite subs.
jsattv, I see you are using a viewsat extreme in your setup, how is it working for ya with the motor? The viewsats have a reputation of not controlling the motor consistently after a short period of use, but recent posts by some people on the new models are starting to make me think they have corrected some of the problems.