Advice Needed Blindscan

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Pipedream

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My Satellite Setup
0.9-1.2 & 2.2 precision dishes TM5402 mk3 TM5302 & V8 Golden
My Location
Sheffield
#1
Looking to buy a new receiver, what would be best for doing blindscans?
 
stephan94

stephan94

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My Satellite Setup
1.20 Channel master ( Paris)and 1200 Laminas ( Bavaria) KU and C Band
Openbox SX6 and S3 Mini, Dr HD 15, Octagon SF 4008 and Octagon SX88and SX8 HD One, TBS 6983
My Location
Bavaria and Paris
#2
Since the appearance of Edision OS Nino Pro (no UHD) and Edision OS Mio4K (UHD)
The question is no longer asked .
They are the two best receivers for the blindscan, very fast, find only separate frequencies
of 1MHz, finds Mode and code for multistreams (even PC cards can not as fast), finds a large part (not all) of T2MI.
Read what is written on these two receivers in the forum.
only limitation, does not go below SR1000.
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william-1

william-1

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My Satellite Setup
OP Gibertini 100 XP+ Inverto Black Ultra 0.2
(50 east to 45 west)
Octagon SX88+ / TM6902HD /TM5502HD/TM6900HD Super

88cm Dish +Inverto Black Ultra 0.2
(53 east to 45 west)
Edision primo S2 / Amiko A4K /TM5402HD M3
45cm FreeSat V8 HD
My Location
Epping Forest Essex
#3
The Octagon SX88+ is an excellent HD Blind Scan receiver with Multi-Stream this is one of the best receivers I have tested in the last 6 months it also has a very sensitive tuner for weak signals this is an essential requirement for feeds.
 
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