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    Default SES1 Help

    with or without the correct firmware, could i still get low signal on SES1. or am i doing something wrong

    currently my set up is:
    36" direct tv 95*w/101*w oval dish
    18lnbr0-02 --18"--dtv32+--in12.2-12-7ghz lnb
    40 feet coax
    Nfusion Nova
    vizio 1080p 42" lcd





    other equipment ready to install to a fiend as fta, :
    36" direct tv 95*w/101*w oval dish
    dish 500
    dtv36lnb-02--95*--in11.7-12.3ghz out 950-1450 lnb
    18lnbr0-02 --18"--dtv32+--in12.2-12-7ghz lnb

    LINEAR LNB LNBF KU FTA HD +SATELLITE DISH BRACKET MOUNT
    portportal
    works with all linear polarization ku band satellites. Great choice for Galaxy 19 (97W), Galaxy 25 (93.1W),
    Galaxy 3C 95W), Galaxy 16 (99W), Galaxy 18 (123W),Galaxy 27 (129W), AMC 21 (125W), SatMex 5 (116.8W),
    SatMex 6 (113W), AMC 2/4 (101W), AMC 6 (72W), Horizons 2 (74W), AMC 5 (79W),
    AMC 9 (83W), AMC 3 (87W), Galaxy 28 (89W), Amazonas (61W) and all other Linear Polarity satellites. It works with all satellite
    receivers, just set LNB type as standard with 10750 as LNB frequency.
    Features:
    * New ROC Brand LNB
    * Input Frequency Range from 11.70Ghz ~ 12.75Ghz
    * Output Frequency Range from 950Mhz ~ 1450Mhz
    * Local Oscillator Frequency: 10.750Ghz
    * Low Phase Noise for Analog or Digital reception
    * Extremely light weight; Excellent D.R.O. stability
    * Extremely Low Noise Figure: 0.3 dB
    * Weather-proof O-Ring and Gasket inside.

    Coolsat 7000 micro-PVR

    Viewsat PVR7000 FTA F internal problem needs work inside?

    and

    Nfusion HD
    Last edited by sokul1; 03-08-2011 at 03:45 PM. Reason: ed it it it, editedittedited it

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    Hello my friend,
    First I moved your post to your own thread. This thread will be dedicated to getting you the best help we can.

    I believe that your LNB is where your trouble lies.
    SES 1 is a Linear Satellite & need a different LNB. You need a standard Linear LNB with a frequency.

    Like this

    hxxp://www.galaxy-marketing.com/ESX521-ku-band-fta-free-to-air-lnb-lnbf.htm.

    In your receiver menu the settings will be Standard for LNB with a frequency of 10750
    Toys include:
    1. 36 Motorized GeoSat w/DMX522
    1. 48 Motorized ASC Signal DMX522
    1. 10' Unimesh 18 actuator DMX741
    1. 10' Unimesh 18 actuator DMX741U
    1. 10' (no name solid) used as a solar collector

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    The linear lnb you list should work. The Coolsat would be the best to use for true FTA. Keep in mind that you can use the DTV dish you have, but the round dishes made for true FTA will always give better performance to pull in linear signals.

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    Default still new at this

    I was wondering where this go,


    Thank you


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    Quote Originally Posted by sokul1 View Post
    I was wondering where this go,


    Thank you


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    Any linear lnb should be mounted in the center of the dish to get the best signal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stman View Post
    The linear lnb you list should work. The Coolsat would be the best to use for true FTA. Keep in mind that you can use the DTV dish you have, but the round dishes made for true FTA will always give better performance to pull in linear signals.
    Is there a local distributor in NW Chicago Illinois??????????.
    Ive searched high and low and the closeted one i found was 250+ miles away that carrie 30-39 inch dishes.
    Code:
    dsisystemsinc.com
    possibly but they were in the presses of "moving" iffy
    so I found one on craiglist new from direct tv///?//

    Is bigger better say 39 inch, 36inch 33 or 30 inch?
    plastic coded with metal or solid metal
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    Quote Originally Posted by stman View Post
    The linear lnb you list should work. The Coolsat would be the best to use for true FTA. Keep in mind that you can use the DTV dish you have, but the round dishes made for true FTA will always give better performance to pull in linear signals.
    Which one LNB??
    Augolfinger's or Sokuul's

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    Quote Originally Posted by chifut View Post
    Which one LNB??
    Augolfinger's or Sokuul's
    I think he was meaning sokul1's at the bottom of post 1...I missed that. Thanks stman
    Toys include:
    1. 36 Motorized GeoSat w/DMX522
    1. 48 Motorized ASC Signal DMX522
    1. 10' Unimesh 18 actuator DMX741
    1. 10' Unimesh 18 actuator DMX741U
    1. 10' (no name solid) used as a solar collector

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    There was a lot posted there.

    You might consider looking at sadoun.com. They've been in business a long time. They're in Columbus, OH

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    I now have the """" P170+ LNB """"
    from what I understand is a "lenera"

    now I think that its the programing im having issue with
    since it shows the signal at times both over 90% when scanning.
    -but the satellite when i search shows 87% but it doesn't save the amc-4 to its list,
    it goes back to the 37*w satellite in its programing
    some how i can not save the settings,
    or maybe add multiple satellites (in the future)

    on my Nfusion HD
    stb--set top box--previous att's,u-verse technician


    hxxp://geosatfinder*com/

    hxxp://www.bvn-america.com/equipment_satellite* htm
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    Please no live links. Nfusions do not make the best stbs for true FTA. That's why I suggested the Coolsat.

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    that would have been my second choice,
    choosing sadoun.com
    my first supposed to be "radio marija" / "tv-trwam"
    a Catholic place
    but a lady i wanted to do this for wanted top of the line
    which i thought was Nfusion HD
    better choose would have been sonicvew 8000?
    i wanted hdmi, pvr, vhf/uhf connections

    plan "c" turned out to be e-bay
    I thought this would have been so much more easier
    but the FTA ordeal turned out to be a qiet complex

    very similar was the vhf/uhf antenna
    I wanted two separate whiskers isolated from each other
    well none of the internet graffiqies had a good picture
    so I went with Winegard HD8200U
    It had what i wanted but bit more plastic that i would have liked
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    I have one
    Coolsat 7000 micro-PVR
    but no remote control

    i need to buy one

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    Quote Originally Posted by sokul1 View Post
    I have one
    Coolsat 7000 micro-PVR
    but no remote control

    i need to buy one
    The cheapest alternative for a remote is mxmart. The ROC v2 is $10 and will work for the CS7k and many others too.

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