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April 2010
Channel getting

Q.1 : I have a JVC LT-32EX18 LCD TV and hooked it up to the SAT cable from the set top box. I can only get one channel? (Shakir Lakhani, Karachi)

Ans: An old crt and NSTC compatible. An old crt and the cable was hooked it only captured one channel the automatic channel selector but it up to is supposed to is supposed to the new TV is an old crt and NSTC. The TV the cable and ran the cable was hooked to be pal and ran the sat cable was hooked it only captured one channel the new TV the automatic channel selector.

Cable channels

Q.2 : How do I hook up a stereo receiver (TV/sat) to a TV? what cables do I need? (Javed Iqbal, Rawalpindi)

Ans: Check if you didn’t accidentally connected to the input of the TV instead of the output, and the same on the receiver. For video game systems and the TV you should probably get stereo receiver that the TV you should probably get stereo receiver that connects to tricolor cord yellow red and white that the. For video game systems and DVD players.

Low signals

Q.3 : If I put the dish on an outside wall, will the roof overhang cause a problem? (Mubashir Mahmood, Faisalabad)

Ans: The signal comes in about 20 degrees above the dish. Therefore, a large overhang could block the signal if the dish is too high and too close. If you have a large overhang, have someone hold the dish in place and take a good look at the side view to be sure you have clearance.

6000 HDTV receiver

Q.4 : Can I add an older receiver or a 6000 HDTV receiver to a new DishPro LNB? (Hamza Arshad, Lahore)

Ans: Any receiver that doesn't have 301, 501, 508, 510 or 721 in the part number is called a legacy receiver. You can use a legacy receiver with the new DishPro LNB, but you will need a Legacy adapter to change the frequency. The little adapter goes behind the receiver and is connected with a piece of RG-6 cable. Another piece of RG-6 cable goes from the adapter to the DP LNB.

Independent channels

Q.5 : I want all my TV's to be independent, so any TV can be tuned to satellite and any other TV can be tuned to local channels, or vice versa. But, my house is pre-wired for cable and only has one cable in the wall to all my TV's. Can I do this without running more cables to the other rooms? (Imtiaz Akhter, Peshawar)

Ans: Yes, you can have the satellite receiver output and local channels in the same cable, as long as the frequencies are far enough apart. Remember, the satellite receiver's standard output is to either channel 3 or channel 4. If all the local channels were above VHF channel 6 or UHF channels, there shouldn't be a problem. However, most areas have a local channel 3 or 4 or another channel that is so close to the receiver's channel 3 or 4, you would have interference.

Digital TV

Q.6 : What is this Computer Digital TV stuff? I want to get satellite channels through computer? (Tahir Hassan, New York)

Ans: In this modern world where you can get the news on your cell phone or the latest movies on your ipod, you should be able to access thousands of TV channels where and when you want. What you're looking for is one of the software packages that allow you to access TV on your computer at home.

Satellite TV

Q.7 : What do I need to receive Satellite TV? I am watching TV channels through cable these days? (Abid Ansari, Peshawar)

Ans: This is the most visible component, a parabolic reflector which may consist of Solid Aluminum, Perforated Aluminum or WIRE MESH. Dish sizes vary from small (3-4 feet KU BAND, EUROPE) all the way to 16-20 Ft (USA Commercial C-BAND) with the average falling between 7-12 ft, 10 ft being most common. This device focuses the microwave signals coming from the satellites much as the mirror in a reflecting telescope concentrates the light from distant galaxies.

Broadcast TV

Q.8 : What types of things can I see with a satellite system that I might not find on Cable or Broadcast TV? (Hussain Kamal, via e-mail)

Ans: Live uncensored coverage of news feeds, with no anchor man or reporter, just see the news as it happens before live cameras. Major events like the WACO debacle and the L.A. riots from multiple feed points, You select the angle and shot you want to watch. Teleconferences and meetings of various businesses and organizations, while many of these are scrambled, quite a few are not. Specialty and narrowcast shows, some examples include a 24 hour gold prospecting channel, a channel for long haul truckers, etc.

Single LNB

Q.9 : Can you watch more than one TV at the same time? Which receive should be used for it? (Nasar Ahmad, Quetta)

Ans: In a single LNB, single receiver system, you can watch a single channel on multiple TV's, if you have cabled from your receiver to each TV. It is not possible to watch different channels with this system. To watch different channels you need DUAL LNB's for C and DUAL LNB's for KU. You will also need a separate receiver for each location, and a fairly complex means of splitting and distributing the incoming cables. It can be done, cable companies do it all the time, but it is probably not worth the effort, especially if you want to view subscription channels because the bad news is you will need to pay another subscription for EACH LOCATION. That can be expensive. However, having at least two receivers is not a bad idea, and fairly easy to do.

Dish antenna

Q.10 : Can I receive international satellites on my dish? What should be the size of dish antenna? (Adnan Iqbal, Hyderabad)

Ans: This depends on where you live, what size dish you have, and how low you can "aim" your dish to the horizon. Playing with the Intelsats, Panamsat, and the Russian Statsionar birds is something that folks on the East coast of the USA do all the time. You should have a large dish though, 16 to 20 feet to really do the job, though people have picked up signals with dishes as small as 7 1/2 feet from as far west as Minnesota. With the average 10 to 12 foot dish you may do just fine. To receive the signals, you will need a few modifications to your system.


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