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    Starting April 2010, Dream Satellite TV is scheduled to migrate its satellite direct-to-home broadcast from the Agila 2 at 146บE satellite to the Koreasat 5 at 113.0บE satellite. Hence, all Dream TV subscribers' dish antennae are to be re-oriented and tuned to the newer and more powerful satellite.

    While this is a welcome development, there will be subscribers who will lose access to several quality, family-oriented, inspiring and free-to-air television & radio programming services such as:

    a. Flip TV
    b. Karaoke TV
    c. AMA Channel
    d. God TV Asia)
    e. TBN Asia-South Pacific
    f. JCTV
    g. The Church Channel
    h. Smile of a Child TV
    i. God's Learning Channel,
    j. Word for the World
    k. HCBN
    l. The Overcomer (Radio)
    m. Hope Channel (Radio)
    n. CTI TV News
    o. ETTV News
    p. Da Ai TV
    q. Yoyo TV

    Yes it is sad but true. Dream TV's transfer to Koreasat 5 will make you lose these services. However they still expect you to pay the same rate for your monthly service fee but you will just be getting less channels in the line-up.

    The undersigned wish to make it known to Dream Satellite TV and PMSI their dissatisfaction of this situation and ask that Dream TV immediately re-enable the "multi-satellite support" and "DiSEqC switch functionality" of all Dream TV subscribers set-top boxes (STB) which are standard features originally intended by the box manufacturers but were disabled through software change by Dream TV and PMSI.

    With this low-cost solution, existing subscribers can maintain two or more dish antenna and continue to have access to the programming which are no longer available on the Koreasat5 satellite as well as other free-to-air news, entertainment and information not offered by Dream TV but are available for free reception to any household equipped with a HOMECAST em-152USNA Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) satellite set-top-box sold by Dream TV to its subscribers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOESOAP View Post
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    Starting April 2010, Dream Satellite TV is scheduled to migrate its satellite direct-to-home broadcast from the Agila 2 at 146บE satellite to the Koreasat 5 at 113.0บE satellite. Hence, all Dream TV subscribers' dish antennae are to be re-oriented and tuned to the newer and more powerful satellite.

    While this is a welcome development, there will be subscribers who will lose access to several quality, family-oriented, inspiring and free-to-air television & radio programming services such as:

    a. Flip TV
    b. Karaoke TV
    c. AMA Channel
    d. God TV Asia)
    e. TBN Asia-South Pacific
    f. JCTV
    g. The Church Channel
    h. Smile of a Child TV
    i. God's Learning Channel,
    j. Word for the World
    k. HCBN
    l. The Overcomer (Radio)
    m. Hope Channel (Radio)
    n. CTI TV News
    o. ETTV News
    p. Da Ai TV
    q. Yoyo TV

    Yes it is sad but true. Dream TV's transfer to Koreasat 5 will make you lose these services. However they still expect you to pay the same rate for your monthly service fee but you will just be getting less channels in the line-up.

    The undersigned wish to make it known to Dream Satellite TV and PMSI their dissatisfaction of this situation and ask that Dream TV immediately re-enable the "multi-satellite support" and "DiSEqC switch functionality" of all Dream TV subscribers set-top boxes (STB) which are standard features originally intended by the box manufacturers but were disabled through software change by Dream TV and PMSI.

    With this low-cost solution, existing subscribers can maintain two or more dish antenna and continue to have access to the programming which are no longer available on the Koreasat5 satellite as well as other free-to-air news, entertainment and information not offered by Dream TV but are available for free reception to any household equipped with a HOMECAST em-152USNA Digital Video Broadcasting (DVB) satellite set-top-box sold by Dream TV to its subscribers.
    hmmm
    bad ore good news
    need to check this satellite KU Band signal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daeng View Post
    hmmm
    bad ore good news
    need to check this satellite KU Band signal
    check it with 10 ft dish no Signal
    so now by by Dream TV for Thailand

    footprint
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daeng View Post
    check it with 10 ft dish no Signal so now by by Dream TV for Thailand footprint
    The footprint is much narrower but less DB than before

    so a 1.2m or bigger is required to avoid rain fade
    If Evolution works, why so many idiots?


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    Quote Originally Posted by irdeto2engineer View Post
    The footprint is much narrower but less DB than before

    so a 1.2m or bigger is required to avoid rain fade
    Even seems we will also loose the signal now, Earlier dream used to come on 120 cm dish, now even 12 feet will be smaller.

    Bye bye from INDIA
    Last edited by Bangalore; 24th March 2010 at 12:18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangalore View Post
    Even seems we will also loose the signal now, Earlier dream used to come on 120 cm dish, now even 12 feet will be smaller.
    Well I am in Taiwan and use 1.8m dishes so even though only 51db compard to 56db before we will still be ok

    You see the beam is for Korea Taiwan Japan Philippines
    If Evolution works, why so many idiots?


 

 

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