Td88 + 6 Lnb

excollier

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Here's my effort at multifeed for my own use
4.8e, 13e, 16e, 19.2e, 23,5e and 28.2e through 8 way diseqc switch to a TM 5300 super and a Humax Foxsat HDR.
 

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Piltdownpaul

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Thats a nice set up, those narrow lnbs work well do they? I've been looking into them myself.
 

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Nice set up. I guess the dish isnt very exposed as you seem to be using one of the L-shaped brackets?
 

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Thanks, the dish is at the back of the house, south, south west side, and abut 4' off the ground.
I have used those brackets high up on 1m dishes with no issues. They are made by Vanjak Rigging Supplies in NI, and are very strong. It is attached to the wall by four 10mm dia. "Thunder Bolts" no plugs or sleeves, very strong.
The slim Alps lnbs are as good as any average lnb, the one on 16e on centre is just wedged in there, held in place by it's neighbours.
 
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