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    Default Trimax Digital Satellite Meter


    I have been long trying to find a good reasonably priced Digital satellite meter, and they all seemed expensive.
    I have seen Trimax & they seem to have good features & price seems OK, so anyone who has used this or has knowledge about this. Kindly advice.


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    Good satmeter for lining dishes up quickly,highly recommend it..Also good for its price..but if you are going to line a big C-band with multisatellites,I would pay a bit more and get a Satlook spectrum analyser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldeto View Post
    Good satmeter for lining dishes up quickly,highly recommend it..Also good for its price..but if you are going to line a big C-band with multisatellites,I would pay a bit more and get a Satlook spectrum analyser.
    Good one yes, but i dont seem to see the cost
    anywhere it has the product.
    Any ideas in $?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldeto View Post
    Good satmeter for lining dishes up quickly,highly recommend it..Also good for its price..but if you are going to line a big C-band with multisatellites,I would pay a bit more and get a Satlook spectrum analyser.
    Aldeto, thanks for your suggestion, but its gonna cost double the amount USD 1000.

    Quote Originally Posted by cogil View Post
    Good one yes, but i dont seem to see the cost
    anywhere it has the product.
    Any ideas in $?
    Cogil, its listed as 499 USD & on some sites from 399 to 499 USD

    Quote Originally Posted by startrack View Post
    This device is new to me. But does one need it too often? I guess it is only needed when strong wind has changed your dish direction from hotbird to asiasat 3s and you've to turn it's face back to it's original position .

    One thing more. I've copied and pasted the link from danasoft.com (as dom06 has done) for showing IP address but it's there under my signature in the shape of a jpg link instead of actually showing the banner displaying one's IP address. My accessibility levels are as follows but despite that the link is not working as it should do:

    vB code is On
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    Help needed, friends
    startrack: Its meant more for the professional & the serious hobbyist or for someone who has an expensive hobby.

    With regards to danasoft RDI has moved to forum.pay.tv.ro so its the same database, the signature & avatar options seemed to be not activated so far, but it will take sometime for all the features to get back to normal. So please wait for sometime, and you should be OK.

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    Dom, I paid $Aust.700 for it and it has not let me down,good for quick dish line up which is what i do on Ku-Dishes.. but i would use the Satlook Spectrum Analyser for motorised C-Band dishes.. (the Satlook here cost Aust.$1500)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldeto View Post
    Dom, I paid $Aust.700 for it and it has not let me down,good for quick dish line up which is what i do on Ku-Dishes.. but i would use the Satlook Spectrum Analyser for motorised C-Band dishes.. (the Satlook here cost Aust.$1500)
    any good unique features, please let us know.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom
    Cogil, its listed as 499 USD & on some sites from 399 to 499 USD
    thanks Dom, apppreciated, will see if worth getting one

 

 

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