scandinavian and german channels

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Hi
I have been looking through a satelite magazine, and seen that it is possible to recieve Danish channels like DR1 and TV2, and German channels like RTL, SAT1, NDR and so on. I would really love to have those channels, but Im having a hard time finding out what kind of satelite i need to get them, and where to get it. I know that those channels are free to view abroard, but how do i get them here in the UK? HELP!!!!! Thanks Maggie
 

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Welcome to the forum Majbritt

You need to got to the website _http://www.lyngsat.com and have a look at the european section. Some of the channels mentioned such as RTL are transmitted on a number of satellites. e.g 19.2E and 13E :)
 

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Ok first look at the ads section in the mag i assume it is what satellte and digtal tv. You can buy compleat packages with every thing you need. I would think an 80 cm dish should do (correct if wrong info) look at the link section and read as much as possable
 

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The Germans are easy to get on simple kit. Howerver the Danes are on Scandanavian footprints (coverage area so you need a a big dish,) - and are scrambled.
 
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