Best LNB

devonbrown

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4 systems. In Scotland Freesat with Humax Foxsat recorder. In Algarve 1.5 fixed Inv Quad LNB with 3 Pace 2600C1 and 1 Amstrad HD DRX780UK also 80cm dish with Inverto 0.2db monoblock LNB (19.2E/26E) feeding Technomate 5000CI+ usb.
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Scotlandl and Algarve
Due to the fact that I have lost ch5 I have acquired a bigger dish(1.3M). my original(1.1M) dish was prime focus and my new dish is offset. this means I need a new LNB. As both myself and my neighbour both use the same dish I need it to be at least a twin output. Now the question. which is the best available LNB and which is the best value for money(I am a Scotsman :) )?
 

rolfw

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Technomate 5402 HD M2 Ci, DM7000s, Transparent 80cm Dish, Moteck SG2100 DiseqC motor, lots of legacy gear. Meters: Satlook Digital NIT, Promax HD Ranger+ spectrum analyser.
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Berkshire
Many people swear by the Invacom Quad Devonbrown, so wouldn't be a bad choice.
 

devonbrown

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4 systems. In Scotland Freesat with Humax Foxsat recorder. In Algarve 1.5 fixed Inv Quad LNB with 3 Pace 2600C1 and 1 Amstrad HD DRX780UK also 80cm dish with Inverto 0.2db monoblock LNB (19.2E/26E) feeding Technomate 5000CI+ usb.
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Scotlandl and Algarve
Many thanks Rolfw, but I have got hold of a Grundig for a pittance at my local boot sale and it is all up and running well. I will check what reception is like when it rains(hopefully not for a month or so :) ) and if neccessary I will get an infocom
 

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AAAAh, Yes , Now that's a Scotsman for you.
 
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