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Post by sullydog on Mon Nov 05 2012, 13:29

Hello all.

i am a disappointed user of SV7. Their issues appear to be getting worse.

i only have cable at my house at the moment, but i believe i need to move to a dish.

can anyone recommend what kit to get, how to learn how to install and use and what i can expect to see please?

HELP!



thanks to all.

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Post by jonpc on Mon Nov 05 2012, 14:39


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Post by sullydog on Mon Nov 05 2012, 15:14

Thanks for the quick reply jonpc.

this enough info in there to get me thinking and started.

totally new to satstuff, treat me gently.

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Post by sullydog on Sun Nov 11 2012, 14:33

I now need some advice on what box to use??

Blade 7000s. SKYBOX F3, OPENBOX, DREAMBOX, SPIDER.

i'm confused, help please.

i can handle install of dish, cabling etc.

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Post by jonpc on Sun Nov 11 2012, 14:39

I'm bias, the Blade is a very good box with a lots of support and easy to use,but it costs more than some other boxes.

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Post by sullydog on Sun Nov 11 2012, 21:35

in your opinion, is the extra money worth it?

typical f3 @ 60 7000@ 139 ish.

user recommendations are worth more than the sales blurb.

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Post by nobby11 on Mon Nov 12 2012, 09:23

lower end of the market go for an F3 (a openbox) or at the top end blade 7000 or technomate 5402 (excelent).

now this is my opinion keep away from cable (i smell a change).

any pointers to where and how to setup FULLY pm me for info.

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Post by sullydog on Tue Nov 13 2012, 21:19

Thanks Nobby11.

looking at ads elsewhere, these are the 2 that seem to be the most popular. (not sure what" FULLY pm me" means)

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