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steffan_st

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#1
German lnb test attached if anyone interested.
 

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Simba27

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Comag SL55 receiver. Lidl 0.6 LNB. Lidl 80cm dish. Metronic DiSEqC motor. Phillips Freeview box. JVC SVHS Video .Targa 160GB HDD/DVD recorder. 3 x UHF modulators. 6-way Booster/Splitter.
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#2
Thanks for posting that. I've seen the BigSat LNB's selling cheap on ebay and I've been wondering if they were any good.


Courtesy of babelfish.altavista.com translation service

This LNB made a good impression in the test. It brought very constant measured values and particularly the level was here amazingly well and straight-lined. Also this LNB is supplied directly with the bad weather rubber sleeve. With only 13 euro selling price is the LNB from Big Sat of the most favourable one in the test and becomes therefore our price achievement winner.
Would upgrading from a Lidl 0.6 to a BigSat 0.3 make much difference to the signal I receive? I have a 80cm Lidl dish and the signal does break up a bit on the weaker satellites in bad weather.

Phil.
 

gameboy

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#3
Simba27 said:
Would upgrading from a Lidl 0.6 to a BigSat 0.3 make much difference to the signal I receive?
If you decide to try it let me know the results please.

I have a Lidl LNB sitting here and wondered if it was any good.
 

Likvid

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Too bad they didn't test MTI also, will probably be in 10/04 issue which must have been published already now.

Anyway, i didn't read the whole review but the Sharp .4 LNB was the clear winner here anyway and they doesn't cost that much to buy.......

Too bad i don't have any spectrum analyzer how they stack against my professional SMW Digital LNB laying here which cost 300 Euro each!!
 

BGonaSTICK

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#5
Mmm, no surprises there then, but as you say, It would have been nice to have seen how the MTI stacked up...
 

Likvid

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The MTI will probably show up in the 10/04 issue.

steffan_st:

Do you have the review from that also you can publish here?
 

steffan_st

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Gibertini OP 125 L, Smart Titanium lnb with CD-80 feedhorn, Moteck SG-2500, Azbox HD Premium+, some 5 meters of good quality coax
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#7
Likvid said:
The MTI will probably show up in the 10/04 issue.

steffan_st:

Do you have the review from that also you can publish here?
No I don't.....
 
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