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 on: Yesterday at 05:03:45 PM 
Started by Slayers - Last post by Slayers
G-3C @ 95W 480-I SD & 1080-I HD AC3. Enjoy they won`t last long

TP=3890 H Ch-3=49/52/49 Ch4=65/68/65 Ch5=81/84/81 6=97/100/97

SR=12.626 Scans in as Ch-3, Ch-4, Ch-5, Ch-6


Up today...5/23/2018


 on: May 22, 2018, 06:13:57 PM 
Started by skymaster - Last post by skymaster
just to let everyone know,

i changed my settings to 9750/10600 the open box z5 doesn't offer just a 10600 setting. anyway that took care of the problem. i remember now, that 10600 is used by universals a lot and 9750 is something here in the states usually don't use if I'm correct.


 on: May 22, 2018, 02:26:11 PM 
Started by skymaster - Last post by skymaster
when i apologized,
i forgot to mention the fellows i should apologize to.

everyone, especially:


keith brannen

el viejo

and hyper.

sorry for the bad info and my thinking my open box z5 was 100 percent


 on: May 22, 2018, 02:20:26 PM 
Started by skymaster - Last post by skymaster
my apologies for my mistakes. sorry guys. guess thats why this site is the best on the web!!!!!!! smiley

i set everything up with 10750 and the receiver won't scan in anything. probably my universal lnbf. i will try to rescan on the other settings.

original settings was the 10750/9750. Anyway. i apologize for any thing that might be considered rude. i didn't mean to sound like that.


 on: May 22, 2018, 01:46:30 PM 
Started by Jeff S. - Last post by skymaster
well jesse , and fat sami,
i guess its the way, but then we can hope for new channels on ku. maybe with new lnbfs on them to pick up ku they might be putting more channels free in the clear. i seen a commercial on tv that had dish network on it providing communications for communities in an emergency. they must be really hurting for money. 

with everything going internet and fiber, i can see why they will shut down.hopefully other countries will start utilizing c band lake they do ku. if they did  we wouldn't have enough time in the day to watch all the goodies.

I personally think they don't need that frequency block, I'm guessing its another way to control what we watch on tv ,like alternative news feeds that they can't control right now.

also read about a repacking of channels and some stations will go dark or piggyback onto another station.
how do you control the masses? control the information feeds.

just my two cents worth. anyway since ku is still hot a lot of other countries probably won't comply totally


 on: May 22, 2018, 10:44:29 AM 
Started by Jeff S. - Last post by digitaldan

 on: May 22, 2018, 07:08:59 AM 
Started by Jeff S. - Last post by ftasami
Dish Network also will be shutting down the satellite service in couple years. The FCC wants to sell c band frequencys to LTE. If that happens we'll be watching black pictures with our satellite receivers.   sad

 on: May 21, 2018, 09:29:32 PM 
Started by celestial - Last post by Hyper
Who else is getting this channel on OTA, and where are you at?

 on: May 21, 2018, 09:09:06 PM 
Started by Slayers - Last post by Slayers
SES-3 @ 103W 480-I SD (4 Ch-Mux) update to thread... bump2

TP=12.134 H 1=308/256/8190, 2=309/258/34, 3=310/260/36, 4=311/262/38

SR=4600 Scans in as NBC MUX CH-1 FT61,NBC MUX CH-2 FT62, NBC MUX CH-3 FT63, NBC MUX CH-4 FT64

I have a nice Q on my Hot Dish 90 at 77% for the NBC 4 channel mux... captures below... 5/21/2018  smiley


 on: May 21, 2018, 08:47:27 PM 
Started by Jeff S. - Last post by jess73
Direct TV will be shutting down by 2020, and it looks like that content will come via internet.  C band is still there to provide content, but good luck finding someone to sell to the few remaining big dish owners.  The numbers are just not there.  Jess out in California

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