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gtman2000
02-08-2009, 06:57 PM
I am just wondering how my setup compares to others around town. I did some tewaking on my dish and this was the best I could get. If you have the time a patients please post your numbers. The three most important according to Bell TV are Transponder 1, 11 and 32.

.. 91. 82
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1 84 85
2 77 90
3 93 90
4 87 87
5 89 85
6 86 90
7 91 92
8 83 86
9 93 90
10 87 91
11 93 89
12 86 86
13 93 89
14 89 91
15 82 93
16 75 87
17 90 91
18 90 93
19 84 94
20 77 87
21 93 93
22 88 95
23 91 93
24 86 89
25 90 89
26 80 90
28 77 89
29 83 91
30 77 96
31 78 91
32 81 89

Shawn
02-08-2009, 10:29 PM
Generally if you can hit into the 90's on some then you have a pretty good connection. You are basically trying to aim your little dish at something out in space that is only 6 feet wide... the best are are going to get is in the 90's...

gtman2000
02-09-2009, 08:16 AM
Generally if you can hit into the 90's on some then you have a pretty good connection. You are basically trying to aim your little dish at something out in space that is only 6 feet wide... the best are are going to get is in the 90's...

I have a good understanding of how a dish work's. I am just looking for numbers because I was told i could not put the dish where I have installed it. Seams to me like the single strength is good. Just wanted to see what others are getting.

V Code
02-10-2009, 07:51 AM
whoever told you that does not realize that the dish does not point at the satelite. Rather below it, which makes for pretty interesting installations :)

Luv to be on the GO
02-11-2009, 10:26 PM
Please forgive me for going off topic
I just have a quick question ...
Once you have a Bell Express Dish ...
Can you still watch a rented movie
on your DVD ?????...Boy I can`t
figure out how to do it !!!

V Code
02-11-2009, 11:05 PM
call bell. i am sure they love these questions.