Is there anything out there?

Nick Gospel

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Eurosky SR401
Arcom Sweetie
My Location
London
I have, ahem, acquired up a Eurosky box and hooked it up to an pre-existing existing Sweetie dish and can now get several German channels. I guess it is pointing at the Astras. Any ideas on what else I might pick up and what I will need to do so? Thanks!
 

Nick Gospel

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Thanks! Good job I speak a little German, I guess!
 

dardruba

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Win7/Firefox
85cm Transparent dish and 3 dual LNB's 13,19,28



One diseqc to PC and Sky Star 2, and a diseqc to
Humax Foxsat HDR
My Location
Fylde Coast in West Lancs
Most important for me is that we still have Eurosport International,
broadcast from Germany with English language commentary.

Sometimes in stage events like the Tour de France their techies forget to press the button and at start up the commentary continues in German -
but the graphics are there to tell us who us who is on camera and where
he is in the overall standings. Thats the same as Eurosport.de digital so I wont suffer that much when we lose the analogue broadcast.
 

SatPat

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Sadly we are in the last days of analogue. A few old die-hards left (mostly German) but eventually everyone will need to upgrade to digital.

Shame this. In some ways, at least, analogue (single dish) was easier to set up:)
 
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