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lol cheaper ones built right into the irds , miracle workers these receiver
makers are these days eh lol
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Lol. I'm with you. The signal meter built into the receiver works just fine
for most people. Sure, it's a little more of a pain when only one person is
doing the install, since you can't often hear or see the IRD's built in
meter from up on your roof, but everything can be made to work if you make a
little effort. The handheld meter is handy for that, but I've never found
one necessary really.


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"Fat Bastard" <a_fat_bastard-NOSPAM-@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Lol. I'm with you. The signal meter built into the receiver works just
> fine
> for most people. Sure, it's a little more of a pain when only one person
> is
> doing the install, since you can't often hear or see the IRD's built in
> meter from up on your roof, but everything can be made to work if you make
> a
> little effort. The handheld meter is handy for that, but I've never found
> one necessary really.
Call your house phone with your cell phone. Answer the house phone, set it
next to the TV. Turn up the volume so you can hear the signal tone. Put the
cell in your pocket, climb the latter, and start your tuning!
Works much easier than trying to communicate intelligently with a woman and
depending on her to actually give you the right answer to the question you
are asking about with the signal meter.
 
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On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 13:10:29 -0500, "noone" <noone@nowhere.net> wrote:

>
>"Fat Bastard" <a_fat_bastard-NOSPAM-@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>> Lol. I'm with you. The signal meter built into the receiver works just
>> fine
>> for most people. Sure, it's a little more of a pain when only one person
>> is
>> doing the install, since you can't often hear or see the IRD's built in
>> meter from up on your roof, but everything can be made to work if you make
>> a
>> little effort. The handheld meter is handy for that, but I've never found
>> one necessary really.
>Call your house phone with your cell phone. Answer the house phone, set it
>next to the TV. Turn up the volume so you can hear the signal tone. Put the
>cell in your pocket, climb the latter, and start your tuning!
>Works much easier than trying to communicate intelligently with a woman and
>depending on her to actually give you the right answer to the question you
>are asking about with the signal meter.
>

LOL, how are you supposed to climb your pocket? :)


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noone wrote:

> Call your house phone with your cell phone. Answer the house phone, set it
> next to the TV. Turn up the volume so you can hear the signal tone. Put the
> cell in your pocket, climb the latter, and start your tuning!
> Works much easier than trying to communicate intelligently with a woman and
> depending on her to actually give you the right answer to the question you
> are asking about with the signal meter.

Now that's a laugh!
You don't know how true that statement is! I can't count the times I'd
have to wait 15 minutes or more to get a yes or no answer, I would
already forget the question!
 

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"sft" <sft@nottoday.com> wrote in message
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> On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 13:10:29 -0500, "noone" <noone@nowhere.net> wrote:
>
>>
>>"Fat Bastard" <a_fat_bastard-NOSPAM-@hotmail.com> wrote in message
>>news:ci5pih02b5v@news1.newsguy.com...
>>> Lol. I'm with you. The signal meter built into the receiver works just
>>> fine
>>> for most people. Sure, it's a little more of a pain when only one person
>>> is
>>> doing the install, since you can't often hear or see the IRD's built in
>>> meter from up on your roof, but everything can be made to work if you
>>> make
>>> a
>>> little effort. The handheld meter is handy for that, but I've never
>>> found
>>> one necessary really.
>>Call your house phone with your cell phone. Answer the house phone, set it
>>next to the TV. Turn up the volume so you can hear the signal tone. Put
>>the
>>cell in your pocket, climb the latter, and start your tuning!
>>Works much easier than trying to communicate intelligently with a woman
>>and
>>depending on her to actually give you the right answer to the question you
>>are asking about with the signal meter.
>>
>
> LOL, how are you supposed to climb your pocket? :)
>
damn good point!! dd not tt. Oopsies
 
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BWAHAHAHA. If that isn't the truth, I don't know what is!

Actually, my wife isn't too bad when it comes to helping with the dish
pointing stuff, but we usually use a pair of 2 way radios, or the cordless
phone with intercom feature. The other times I just take my 6.5" portable tv
(lcd panel) up with me, and have the receiver connected to it so i can see
the signal strength right from the rooftop.


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Call your house phone with your cell phone. Answer the house phone, set it
> next to the TV. Turn up the volume so you can hear the signal tone. Put
the
> cell in your pocket, climb the latter, and start your tuning!
> Works much easier than trying to communicate intelligently with a woman
and
> depending on her to actually give you the right answer to the question you
> are asking about with the signal meter.
>
>
 
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she musta been standing over your shoulder when you read and responded eh :p
hehehe
"Fat Bastard" <a_fat_bastard-NOSPAM-@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> BWAHAHAHA. If that isn't the truth, I don't know what is!
>
> Actually, my wife isn't too bad when it comes to helping with the dish
> pointing stuff, but we usually use a pair of 2 way radios, or the cordless
> phone with intercom feature. The other times I just take my 6.5" portable
tv
> (lcd panel) up with me, and have the receiver connected to it so i can see
> the signal strength right from the rooftop.
>
>
> "noone" <noone@nowhere.net> wrote in message
> news:CKednX6O3feTqdrcRVn-tQ@comcast.com...
> >
> Call your house phone with your cell phone. Answer the house phone, set it
> > next to the TV. Turn up the volume so you can hear the signal tone. Put
> the
> > cell in your pocket, climb the latter, and start your tuning!
> > Works much easier than trying to communicate intelligently with a woman
> and
> > depending on her to actually give you the right answer to the question
you
> > are asking about with the signal meter.
> >
> >
>
>
 
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Nah, but I was afraid she might see it later and bitch at me for agreeing
with it. :)

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On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 16:02:20 -0700, "Fat Bastard"
<a_fat_bastard-NOSPAM-@hotmail.com> wrote:

>BWAHAHAHA. If that isn't the truth, I don't know what is!
>
>Actually, my wife isn't too bad when it comes to helping with the dish
>pointing stuff, but we usually use a pair of 2 way radios, or the cordless
>phone with intercom feature. The other times I just take my 6.5" portable tv
>(lcd panel) up with me, and have the receiver connected to it so i can see
>the signal strength right from the rooftop.
>

So far, I have only aimed a dish with the two person method once,
otherwise I bring a portable set out with me, or the whole receiver
and a portable TV. Sometimes I might just use an FM transmitter, and
use a portable FM receiver.
 
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