Pansat 250A UHF remote kit - where to buy?

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Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit and
remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to sell
the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
 
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Try www.kusat.com they have them, there in Canada..

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> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit and
> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to sell
> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
 
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http://www.global-cm.net

not-a-real-email@donotemail.us wrote:
>
> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit and
> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to sell
> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
 
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On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 17:03:35 GMT, "steelblu<E>"@neo.rr.com wrote:

>http://www.global-cm.net

I looked on their site originally, and although Mike seems like a really
nice guy, his prices on many things (particularly small items) seem to be a
bit on the high side. But in any case, I could not find the remote control
kit on his site. I did find it on the Canadian site that someone else
mentioned (http://www.kusat.com/go.php?path=/mpeg2/2500a.php) but it
appears that no price is given, and anyway there might be duty if they have
to ship that from Canada into the U.S.

In further poking around the net I've noticed there are such things as
"remote extenders" and in some cases you can find them for around $20.
With those you use your existing remote and it extends the signal in some
way. Seems like those would be a lot cheaper than the Pansat UHF unit and
if you ever decided to replace the receiver, the remote extender should
still work with the new one. Maybe that explains why hardly anyone is
selling the genuine Pansat unit.

>not-a-real-email@donotemail.us wrote:
>>
>> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit and
>> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to sell
>> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
 
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i use the remote extender myself. this is the way to go. like you said you
can use it for which ever receiver you have in the future. it is also good
for controlling the c-band and audio from another room also if you like. I
bought a universal learning remote so i don't have to carry the satallite
remote room to room - it's only 20 ft but hey i am lazy. the learning
remote is great too since you can teach it that next receiver also.


<not-a-real-email@donotemail.us> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 17:03:35 GMT, "steelblu<E>"@neo.rr.com wrote:
>
> >http://www.global-cm.net
>
> I looked on their site originally, and although Mike seems like a really
> nice guy, his prices on many things (particularly small items) seem to be
a
> bit on the high side. But in any case, I could not find the remote
control
> kit on his site. I did find it on the Canadian site that someone else
> mentioned (http://www.kusat.com/go.php?path=/mpeg2/2500a.php) but it
> appears that no price is given, and anyway there might be duty if they
have
> to ship that from Canada into the U.S.
>
> In further poking around the net I've noticed there are such things as
> "remote extenders" and in some cases you can find them for around $20.
> With those you use your existing remote and it extends the signal in some
> way. Seems like those would be a lot cheaper than the Pansat UHF unit and
> if you ever decided to replace the receiver, the remote extender should
> still work with the new one. Maybe that explains why hardly anyone is
> selling the genuine Pansat unit.
>
> >not-a-real-email@donotemail.us wrote:
> >>
> >> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit and
> >> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to
sell
> >> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
>
 

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You can get it at
http://www.skyvision.com/
"kilmister" <kilmister@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>i use the remote extender myself. this is the way to go. like you said
>you
> can use it for which ever receiver you have in the future. it is also
> good
> for controlling the c-band and audio from another room also if you like.
> I
> bought a universal learning remote so i don't have to carry the satallite
> remote room to room - it's only 20 ft but hey i am lazy. the learning
> remote is great too since you can teach it that next receiver also.
>
>
> <not-a-real-email@donotemail.us> wrote in message
> news:serbe0dnpk7mju6oualbhp5pi8nas99c8n@4ax.com...
>> On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 17:03:35 GMT, "steelblu<E>"@neo.rr.com wrote:
>>
>> >http://www.global-cm.net
>>
>> I looked on their site originally, and although Mike seems like a really
>> nice guy, his prices on many things (particularly small items) seem to be
> a
>> bit on the high side. But in any case, I could not find the remote
> control
>> kit on his site. I did find it on the Canadian site that someone else
>> mentioned (http://www.kusat.com/go.php?path=/mpeg2/2500a.php) but it
>> appears that no price is given, and anyway there might be duty if they
> have
>> to ship that from Canada into the U.S.
>>
>> In further poking around the net I've noticed there are such things as
>> "remote extenders" and in some cases you can find them for around $20.
>> With those you use your existing remote and it extends the signal in some
>> way. Seems like those would be a lot cheaper than the Pansat UHF unit
>> and
>> if you ever decided to replace the receiver, the remote extender should
>> still work with the new one. Maybe that explains why hardly anyone is
>> selling the genuine Pansat unit.
>>
>> >not-a-real-email@donotemail.us wrote:
>> >>
>> >> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit and
>> >> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to
> sell
>> >> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
>>
>
>
 
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Buy from Mike Kohl, he is a great supporter of all satellite TV and very
knowledgable about all aspects of it.
"stan" <Vietnam Vet@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> You can get it at
> http://www.skyvision.com/
> "kilmister" <kilmister@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:bEpFc.900$vBq1.899@news04.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com...
> >i use the remote extender myself. this is the way to go. like you said
> >you
> > can use it for which ever receiver you have in the future. it is also
> > good
> > for controlling the c-band and audio from another room also if you like.
> > I
> > bought a universal learning remote so i don't have to carry the
satallite
> > remote room to room - it's only 20 ft but hey i am lazy. the learning
> > remote is great too since you can teach it that next receiver also.
> >
> >
> > <not-a-real-email@donotemail.us> wrote in message
> > news:serbe0dnpk7mju6oualbhp5pi8nas99c8n@4ax.com...
> >> On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 17:03:35 GMT, "steelblu<E>"@neo.rr.com wrote:
> >>
> >> >http://www.global-cm.net
> >>
> >> I looked on their site originally, and although Mike seems like a
really
> >> nice guy, his prices on many things (particularly small items) seem to
be
> > a
> >> bit on the high side. But in any case, I could not find the remote
> > control
> >> kit on his site. I did find it on the Canadian site that someone else
> >> mentioned (http://www.kusat.com/go.php?path=/mpeg2/2500a.php) but it
> >> appears that no price is given, and anyway there might be duty if they
> > have
> >> to ship that from Canada into the U.S.
> >>
> >> In further poking around the net I've noticed there are such things as
> >> "remote extenders" and in some cases you can find them for around $20.
> >> With those you use your existing remote and it extends the signal in
some
> >> way. Seems like those would be a lot cheaper than the Pansat UHF unit
> >> and
> >> if you ever decided to replace the receiver, the remote extender should
> >> still work with the new one. Maybe that explains why hardly anyone is
> >> selling the genuine Pansat unit.
> >>
> >> >not-a-real-email@donotemail.us wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit
and
> >> >> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to
> > sell
> >> >> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
> >>
> >
> >
>
>




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a couple months back I tried getting some and there was a problem with a
component and they had stopped making them or production was on hold,
backordered all the way to korea.... not sure if thats resolved yet, the
guys at kusat have em

"stan" <Vietnam Vet@comcast.net> wrote in message
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> You can get it at
> http://www.skyvision.com/
> "kilmister" <kilmister@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> news:bEpFc.900$vBq1.899@news04.bloor.is.net.cable.rogers.com...
>>i use the remote extender myself. this is the way to go. like you said
>>you
>> can use it for which ever receiver you have in the future. it is also
>> good
>> for controlling the c-band and audio from another room also if you like.
>> I
>> bought a universal learning remote so i don't have to carry the satallite
>> remote room to room - it's only 20 ft but hey i am lazy. the learning
>> remote is great too since you can teach it that next receiver also.
>>
>>
>> <not-a-real-email@donotemail.us> wrote in message
>> news:serbe0dnpk7mju6oualbhp5pi8nas99c8n@4ax.com...
>>> On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 17:03:35 GMT, "steelblu<E>"@neo.rr.com wrote:
>>>
>>> >http://www.global-cm.net
>>>
>>> I looked on their site originally, and although Mike seems like a really
>>> nice guy, his prices on many things (particularly small items) seem to
>>> be
>> a
>>> bit on the high side. But in any case, I could not find the remote
>> control
>>> kit on his site. I did find it on the Canadian site that someone else
>>> mentioned (http://www.kusat.com/go.php?path=/mpeg2/2500a.php) but it
>>> appears that no price is given, and anyway there might be duty if they
>> have
>>> to ship that from Canada into the U.S.
>>>
>>> In further poking around the net I've noticed there are such things as
>>> "remote extenders" and in some cases you can find them for around $20.
>>> With those you use your existing remote and it extends the signal in
>>> some
>>> way. Seems like those would be a lot cheaper than the Pansat UHF unit
>>> and
>>> if you ever decided to replace the receiver, the remote extender should
>>> still work with the new one. Maybe that explains why hardly anyone is
>>> selling the genuine Pansat unit.
>>>
>>> >not-a-real-email@donotemail.us wrote:
>>> >>
>>> >> Another question - Where can you buy the UHF remote kit (base unit
>>> >> and
>>> >> remote control) for a Pansat 2500A receiver? Lots of places seem to
>> sell
>>> >> the receiver, but not the UHF remote - I wonder why?
>>>
>>
>>
>
>
 

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