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    Default Star News,Star sports,Star Gold, FTA now on Nss6 Ku band


    all the channels on TP 11172 H 27500 are FTA right now.. on Nss6 Ku band.
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    Thanks for the news. Is it from Dish Tv?

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    h**p://www.satcodx3.com/0950/eng/

    must be dish tv..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lnb15k View Post
    Thanks for the news. Is it from Dish Tv?
    Obviously, the channels like Star News,Star sports,Star Gold on NSS6 is ONLY from DishTV India pkg.
    BTW, Mr. LNB15K
    I need some help from you. Can you plz tell about the price of C-Band colorado LNBF 15K at Chennai ? Is it a dual polarity LNBF ? I want to attch it to my Ku-Band dish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexius View Post
    h**p://www.satcodx3.com/0950/eng/

    must be dish tv..
    Thanks Alexius

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    Quote Originally Posted by urpradhan View Post
    Obviously, the channels like Star News,Star sports,Star Gold on NSS6 is ONLY from DishTV India pkg.
    BTW, Mr. LNB15K
    I need some help from you. Can you plz tell about the price of C-Band colorado LNBF 15K at Chennai ? Is it a dual polarity LNBF ? I want to attch it to my Ku-Band dish.
    Selvaraj knows very well about these LNBs and their prices. I am yet to visit the market for a long time Try asking him as his information would be more accurate than me.

    Why are you insisting on dual polarity LNBF? Any thing special?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lnb15k View Post
    Selvaraj ...Why are you insisting on dual polarity LNBF? Any thing special?
    Thank you dear.

    See, I do not have any preference for any particular channel. But if I'll have a dual polarity LNBF it can handle both the polarity signals, instead of one. So I think its always better to have a dual polarity LNBF. So that you can get all the C-Band signals without rotating the LNBF manually. What you say ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by urpradhan View Post
    Thank you dear.

    See, I do not have any preference for any particular channel. But if I'll have a dual polarity LNBF it can handle both the polarity signals, instead of one. So I think its always better to have a dual polarity LNBF. So that you can get all the C-Band signals without rotating the LNBF manually. What you say ?
    Let me add in on the LNBF part although it is going off topic.

    Almost all LNBFs in the market today have dual polarity capability. They have a single cable connection and polarity is selected by voltage switching. This is done automatically by the receiver. These LNBF setups dont have any moving parts like the polarotor so they are very durable and hassle free to use.

    There are also dual polarity LNBFs that switch polarity by changing the Local Oscillator (LO) frequency, but these are rare nowadays.

    I suggest that you go for a voltage switching LNBF. These are commonly available and quite reasonable in price.
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    NO MORE FTA, ENCREPTED.WAITE UNTILL NEXT FTA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by urpradhan View Post
    Thank you dear.

    See, I do not have any preference for any particular channel. But if I'll have a dual polarity LNBF it can handle both the polarity signals, instead of one. So I think its always better to have a dual polarity LNBF. So that you can get all the C-Band signals without rotating the LNBF manually. What you say ?
    To handle both the polarity LNBF like MJ has is enough. No need for dual output LNBF which is costly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cruiser View Post
    Let me add in on the LNBF part although it is going off topic.

    Almost all LNBFs in the market today have dual polarity capability. They have a single cable connection and polarity is selected by voltage switching. This is done automatically by the receiver. These LNBF setups dont have any moving parts like the polarotor so they are very durable and hassle free to use.

    There are also dual polarity LNBFs that switch polarity by changing the Local Oscillator (LO) frequency, but these are rare nowadays.

    I suggest that you go for a voltage switching LNBF. These are commonly available and quite reasonable in price.
    Yes you are correct. I think he mistook dual polarity LNBF to dual output LNBF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE DON View Post
    NO MORE FTA, ENCREPTED.WAITE UNTILL NEXT FTA.
    Sad news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lnb15k View Post
    Yes you are correct. I think he mistook dual polarity LNBF to dual output LNBF.
    Dear LNB15K

    Sorry yaar, I've not taken it by mistake.
    I know the difference between dual polarity and dual output. Go through my posts here, I ve only referring to dual polarity always, never asked about dual output LNBF, which rather known as twin/quadra (for 4 outputs) LNBFS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urpradhan View Post
    Dear LNB15K

    Sorry yaar, I've not taken it by mistake.
    I know the difference between dual polarity and dual output. Go through my posts here, I ve only referring to dual polarity always, never asked about dual output LNBF, which rather known as twin/quadra (for 4 outputs) LNBFS.
    Yes. For that you can get that for Rs.450 or less. As per the other thread Rs.750 is for dual output I think. That is why I said like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by urpradhan View Post
    Thank you dear.

    See, I do not have any preference for any particular channel. But if I'll have a dual polarity LNBF it can handle both the polarity signals, instead of one. So I think its always better to have a dual polarity LNBF. So that you can get all the C-Band signals without rotating the LNBF manually. What you say ?
    How many Receivers do you have?
    one or more........
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