Is it possible with a pace system??

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littlemanjs

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Hi all,

Was just wondering if I could tune my Sky Digital Recevier which is a Pace model into the football on a Sat afternoon??

I have heard that its possible but not on a digital system. If I get a old anologue system it would be possible.

I have also been told if I get a universial LNB for my Digital Dish i could then tune in the football plus other channels etc. How much would this be in £'s.

As you can imagine this is very confussing and I just require a bit of help!!

The other question is if i move my sky dish how do i know the angle im moving it etc I here of people saying 1degree etc.

Well thanks to anyone that helps. I hope I explained myself.

LittleMan
 

rolfw

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#2
It would probably be a mistake to start moving your minidish, particularly if you want uninterupted use of Sky Digital. The minidish already has a universal LNB, but what I would better advise is to get hold of an old Sky analogue dish and add a £20 universal LNB, then you can move it around to your hearts content.

If you do a search on the forum with the word football, it will produce several threads concerning which satellites provide football programming and whether it's analogue or digital.

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#3
>The other question is if i move my sky dish how do i know
>the angle im moving it etc I here of people saying 1degree
>etc.
Dear All,


>The other question is if i move my sky dish how do i know
>the angle im moving it etc I here of people saying 1degree
>etc.

Remember what RolfW said first. Thereafter, its quite easy to swing your dish round to other satellites.

That said, FTA sports on DSAT - umm. Best staying with SKY and paying your subs.

Have Fun,

Mark.
 
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