I need an LNB to receice TGN from the Optus D2 Satelite 12.608 GHz. Which LNB would you recommend?
For Optus D2 you can use either a 10.700GHz LNB or 11.300GHz LNB. Both of these LNB's will work for all channels on the Optus D2 satellite but not for Optus C1.
I have a 90 cm dish with a 40 mm lnb clamp. , I need a new L N B for ku band Optus D2 satelitte what L N B should I order that fits the clamp and receives Optus D 2 channels eg God Tv etc I also need a cheap tuner to realign to that satelite
The 11.300GHz LNB you have ordered will work perfectly well for Optus D2. Be sure to skew the LNB to the correct angle and also to set the LNB settings in your box to 11300.
Ok, looking at your lnb 11.300ghz, are these suitable to pick up Foxtel...
No they will not work for Foxtel.
Foxtel IQ requires a twin output 10700 like this one - https://www.satplus.com.au/products/inverto-premium-essential-straightfeed-high-band-twin-output-10700-lnb?variant=42445557452
Most Foxtel subscribers have the IQ box which requires the twin output LNB as above. However, if you did have the older, basic, non recording box then you can get away with a single output LNB like this one - https://www.satplus.com.au/collections/satellite-tv-parts-and-accessories/products/clearsat-vast-ready-wideband-10-700ghz-lnb?variant=746939191
Hi, I need an LNB to receive TGN from Optus D3 , frequency is 12336GHz. I may also require a satellite receiver as I'm not sure weather its the LNB or receiver that has stopped working. Suggestions?
Hi there, the 11.300 GHz LNB you were looking at will work perfectly well. If you do require a new satellite receiver, we can set it up for you and it would be the Star 780 which can be viewed at this link - https://www.satplus.com.au/products/star-780-fta-high-definition-satellite-receiver?variant=747060859
I live in Brisbane and want to receive NZ tv...…..dish? etc?installation?cost?
Hi there, unfortunately NZ beams are only available in NZ. I haven't heard of anyhone being able to receive even with a 4.5m dish ! Cheers John