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Whats left on C-Band?

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#21 OFFLINE   Rickt1962



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Posted 14 October 2014 - 10:52 AM

Did you get it from SES 1 in C-band ?



Nope got it from Galaxy 16 this one has it all ! All the major networks and a lot of others getting ready to change out my C band to C/Ku lnb to get more channels :) I bet a lot of folks wished they kept their BUD ! with the cost of TV getting out of control

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#22 OFFLINE   richyrich


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Posted 13 December 2014 - 08:49 PM

Did you get it from SES 1 in C-band ?


It is available on multiple satellites, and is only one of many FTA mode of new digital DVB-S2 channels that are found all across the US, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada (English language). Of course the audience these channels want are studio quality also; and happen to use a big ugly dish too.

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