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    Is it possible to receive both of these indo service providers in Darwin or is it just Indovision? anyone know if local suppliers sell the circ. pol lnb's or does this need to be sourced from Indo?
    Also, what size solid would be needed in the Darwin area?
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    Telkomvision should be no drama at all in Darwin.
    You wouldn't need that big a dish either I reckon.
    Here near Brisbane you can get it on a 3 meter dish so a 2.4 or even a 1.8 might do you up there.
    Telkomvision is not a circular signal so no need for a circular LNB.
    Circular LNB's are really no different anyway. All you do for circular signals is insert a dielectric plate in throat of your LNB. Quite often though if you have enough signal strength you can just receive a circular signal without that.
    Please note though that Telkomvision is encrypted with 1rdeto2.

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    I think he is confusing circular pol with Indovisions S band lnbf which is a bit of a beast.

    Indovision is transmitted @ 2+Ghz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kavakid View Post
    I think he is confusing circular pol with Indovisions S band lnbf which is a bit of a beast.

    Indovision is transmitted @ 2+Ghz

    KK
    and works perfect on the DM boxes (Indovision that is) but it is in an inclined orbit which is a bit of a pain to track on a prime focus dish.


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    Thanks guys, are the S band available in oz? also are you using sub boxes or cs server with a dream? if the second option is it possible to point me in the direction of where i would find this... i guess otherwise would just shoot over and get a sub box
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonc View Post
    and works perfect on the DM boxes (Indovision that is) but it is in an inclined orbit which is a bit of a pain to track on a prime focus dish.


    The Dm e1 box set up is like this



    more details in the wiki here -
    Where did you get the card for indovision , i stay in Chonburi can i get signal here , is this also in CS

    Thanks

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    Cool indovision service

    hi everyone, the test weve done it is possible to receive that serv in nsw using a 3 metre dish. ,i wouldnt mind a indovsion sub or a card the programming on the channels especially the movie 1 is better than foxtel etc .anyone have an idea on where to get a card or a sub thanks hamguy2 .

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