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    anyone have a dynasat dual c and ku lmb there are numbers on the side of it that corrispond to tha size of dish i have 10ft dish wot number should i use on the lmb

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    Well there you go, What comes round, goes round.

    Why don't you get some advice from all the Shonky people , you are so keen to support, and leave the one's you delight in abusing alone.
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassett View Post
    Well there you go, What comes round, goes round.

    Why don't you get some advice from all the Shonky people , you are so keen to support, and leave the one's you delight in abusing alone.
    so you dont know then either

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    Quote Originally Posted by big pimpin View Post
    anyone have a dynasat dual c and ku lmb there are numbers on the side of it that corrispond to tha size of dish i have 10ft dish wot number should i use on the lmb
    i have a 7' dish with dual lnb setup,,,i could drag my ladder out(dish mounted 4m high and ontop of broken glass lined fence,,,but hey,,,what r friends for ) and have a look for u if someone doesnt know the information off hand.
    cheers,,,dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidss1 View Post
    i have a 7' dish with dual lnb setup,,,i could drag my ladder out(dish mounted 4m high and ontop of broken glass lined fence,,,but hey,,,what r friends for ) and have a look for u if someone doesnt know the information off hand.
    your dish is to small i need to know wot # for 10ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by big pimpin View Post
    your dish is to small i need to know wot # for 10ft
    it would have been nice if u had started ur reply with,,,,thanks for the offer,but,,,,,
    cheers,,,dave

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    looks like it might be easyer to send me pm if you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by big pimpin View Post
    anyone have a dynasat dual c and ku lmb there are numbers on the side of it that corrispond to tha size of dish i have 10ft dish wot number should i use on the lmb
    do you mean the kelvin rating?
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    do you mean the kelvin rating?
    Nope, I don't think he would understand "kelvin" rating's if he fell over it.
    How does it go again, *** Apsolute Zero equals 273 degree's C ***

    I think he's talking about the graduated scale on the side [ 28 to 42 ] , which pertains to focal length, And he does not have the brains to work that out. no doubt due to the fact that he hasen't given anyone the Depth of Dish, As he thinks there all the same..

    Still , someone might weaken and help him, No doubt one of his disciples, will leap into the Abyss, with all the right answers
    regards from OZ bassett

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassett View Post
    Nope, I don't think he would understand "kelvin" rating's if he fell over it.
    How does it go again, *** Apsolute Zero equals 273 degree's C ***

    I think he's talking about the graduated scale on the side [ 28 to 42 ] , which pertains to focal length, And he does not have the brains to work that out. no doubt due to the fact that he hasen't given anyone the Depth of Dish, As he thinks there all the same..

    Still , someone might weaken and help him, No doubt one of his disciples, will leap into the Abyss, with all the right answers
    yes focul lenth for 10 dynasat dish the numbers are 2 4 6 8 0 2

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    for the focal lenght, you have to measure your dish and depth, not just the mere diameter of it.

    or just play around with it till you get the highest signal (that's the easiest thing to do if you don't care about being l33t and going by the numbers.
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