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Directv Antena

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by brazilian, Dec 27, 2005.

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  1. brazilian

    brazilian New Member

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    Hi,

    I had Directv for several years but I stoped "subcriving" it to chance my cable operator. Now I have Directv, again and I have and antena that the guy that came to install everything left here. Is there a way to use this antena (that I don´t use because I´m using my old one), even if I can only receive free american channels. I would like to know what equipment I will need (receivers, cables etc).

    I hope you understood what I wrote and that you can help me!

    Thanks,

    Brazilian :)
     
  2. boba

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    ????????? Are you asking about FTA? Are you outside the USA and what size dish are you talking about?:)
     
  3. brazilian

    brazilian New Member

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    Í´m out side the USA and I have a 60 cm antena from Directv.

    thanks again :D
     
  4. boba

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    That is a 24" dish even in the United States that is to small for FTA use. Resubscribe to Directv or junk it, I don't think it will be usable where ever you are.:)
     
  5. Bill R

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    Here in the U.S. for most FTA you need at least a one meter (39") dish. Some satellites require a three meter dish.
     
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