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    Default montura H-H!

    salut, va multumesc la toti ptr sfaturi, in sfarsit am desprins si eu tehnicile de decodare, am o intrebare, doresc sa i-mi iau o montura H-H si am inteles de la prieteni ca nu ar functiona bine cu Ss1 datorita faptului ca nu are suficienta putere pt alimentarea monturii!

    merita sa iau una sau nu

    acu am o antena prime focus de 1,4Al cu pozitioner separat, si vreau sa iau un offset de 1,2, dar daca nu functioneaza ....
    multumesc fff mult
    ciao

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    Salut daca iei un H H sa iei un STAB de 120 il comanzi cu softuletul asta si merge direct unde apesi tu programul SS2DiSeqC.exe sa nu iei Strong ca e tot din plastic pe cind asta e din metal toate rotitele si consuma in stan-by 30 mA si in lucru 190 mA la pornire consum max. 350 mA.
    Succes si sa ne spui cum va merge. by

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    Poti sa folosesti un pozitioner digibox. care comanda montura H-H. Este incercata cu antena de 1.4 dar numai de Al. si cu digibox. nu ar trebui sa schimbi antena. dar depinde unde stai. daca e o zona cu vanturi puternice nu stiu? oricum pana la urma s-a vazut ca ss2 se descurca mai bine cu h-h decat ss1.
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    am inteles, cred ca pana la urma o sa iau un digibox , cred ca e indicat avand in vedere ca am o antena prime focus de 1,4 Al, la care nu vreau sa renunt, are un randament exceptional!
    dar credeti ca va rezista pe un stab 120?

    o sa incerc oricum, si va anunt, ca idee exista un pret mai mic pentru montura in alta parte, sau numai peruvision comercializeaza?

    Multumesc pt ajutor
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    Daca e vorba de Peruvizion din Timisoara sa stii ca e in jur de 4.mil. un HH de 120 eu am luat tot de la ei cu 5.2 mil. ( ofset 1.2m si lnb de 0.6.db.General sattelite ) eu stau linga ei in Tm. dar sunt f multumit de 10 ani am antene si receivere de la ei si nu am avut probleme cu ele doar cu un motor care acum are 10 ani dar iau schimbat sensorul si merge f. bine au si lnb. de 0.3,0.4 db. asa ca nu sunt o alegere rea ( parerea mea ) .
    Nu poti pune ofset de 1.4 ci doar de 1.2 . si iti recomand sincer Stab nu Strong . by.

 

 

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