Best dish?

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Spooky

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#1
Before I pay for the installation of my system I was wondering what would be the best dish to use.



I was thinking of using a Triax88 but I am not sure now.



Any of you guys know of any good high gain dishes that you could recommend to me in the 90cm – 1.1m range? or should I stay with a Triax?

 
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steffan_st

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#2
Go for the Triax 1.1m,it's slightly better than the Gibertini 1m and that means it's a very good dish!
 
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#3
I have both the Triax 88cm and the Triax 1.1m and they are equally superb.

The 1.1m dish drags in just about anything, whilst the 88cm dish does very well for such a modestly sized dish. It also looks half the size visually, and is much better suited to my diseqc motor. It also has the very neat folding LNB arm which is unfortunately missing on the 1.1m. They both have very strong mounts and are of a good build quality.

No, I'm not a Triax dealer... :D
 
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#4
The 88cm Aluminium Technisat dish is also a very good performer, but a bit on the expensive side.
 
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Likvid

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#5
Fibostöp 90cm is the best if you can find one.
 
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