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Can i use my Pansat2500a and C-band lnb to recieve? I had some free time
today and went to G11 [they had several c-band dvb channels] but, after
scanning both (H)+(V) i didn't find anything......
 
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Yes there is DVB on C-Band, but a lot of it is not 'free to air'.
You'll find you do a lot better to add a Ku-band LNB to your
dish and go with that.

"Pat" <pquinn@dragonbbs.com> wrote in message
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> Can i use my Pansat2500a and C-band lnb to recieve? I had some free time
> today and went to G11 [they had several c-band dvb channels] but, after
> scanning both (H)+(V) i didn't find anything......
>
>
 

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What I had done was, pulled my 4DTV and replaced it with my Pansat....i was
thinking the c-band lnb would work in the 3700-4140MHz range

I have 2 seperate systems[pansat 31" H/H and the 4dtv 10Ft. H/H.]

www.global-cm.net/MPEGlistCBandUS.html link had a few channels of interest




"dvb guy" <znmiller@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
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> Yes there is DVB on C-Band, but a lot of it is not 'free to air'.
> You'll find you do a lot better to add a Ku-band LNB to your
> dish and go with that.
>
> "Pat" <pquinn@dragonbbs.com> wrote in message
> news:113434me3d192fa@corp.supernews.com...
>> Can i use my Pansat2500a and C-band lnb to recieve? I had some free time
>> today and went to G11 [they had several c-band dvb channels] but, after
>> scanning both (H)+(V) i didn't find anything......
>>
>>
>
>
 
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On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 17:06:59 -0500, "Pat" <pquinn@dragonbbs.com>
wrote:

>What I had done was, pulled my 4DTV and replaced it with my Pansat....i was
>thinking the c-band lnb would work in the 3700-4140MHz range

It will, you just set the LO for that LNB to 5150 Mhz.
 
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