I need help New satellite receiver!

4Himdj

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hi everybody
I write from italy (so sorry for my bad english:))

I'm an enthusiastic owner of the DR HD F 15 because of his tuner.
now i'd like to buy a second receiver because the F15 (and also F16) gives black screen on a channel for me very important named RAH E FARDA on turksat east beam. No problem on other receiver of mine but is not HD.

Can you suggest a receiver:
- with a great tuner for fringe reception
- possibly with db measure (and not only % measure) or at least ber measure

thanks
best regards
 

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You could try clones such as Blade 7000 or TM5402 as they have the same hardware, and thus sensitivity, as the F15. I believe Nelson_b gets some east beam transponders - perhaps he can check on his receiver?
 

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sorry, as you said receiver as BLADE or TM5402 have same hardware of F15 so I think have the same problem with this channel
 

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hi --
i get some transponders o.k. from the Turksat east beam using a F15 + 1.8 c.m. dish but not the one with RAH E FARDA - the signal is only showing 1.5 -- 2.5 db - i,m a long way outside the listed footprint though - here in north west u.k.
 
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