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Sport 24 at Sea @ 20 west

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I am saying just that.
And I have not adjusted my dish and I get 57e-30w arc
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I am saying just that.
And I have not adjusted my dish and I get 57e-30w arc
Ok thanks you learn something new everyday,i cannot get a signal atm in the ne England on a 110cm dish but will pick up a signal later on tonight when it comes into view and I presumed it would be in view for all of the uk later on but obviously I am wrong.
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Ok thanks you learn something new everyday,i cannot get a signal atm in the ne England on a 110cm dish but will pick up a signal later on tonight when it comes into view and I presumed it would be in view for all of the uk later on but obviously I am wrong.
I have not signal eather from North of Spain, I have motor dish 120cm
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http://www.sport24-tv.com/Schedule

4pm Brighton & Hove Albion - Newcastle United

88cm dish + V8 Golden

NSS-7 is an Inclined orbit satellite
To get the Sport 24 channel do you have to have a freesat v8 golden box or will a freesat v8 super or an openbox v8 freesat be ok ?

Also, just out of interest, can you get IPTV on a freesat v8 golden ?

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To get the Sport 24 channel do you have to have a freesat v8 golden box or will a freesat v8 super or an openbox v8 freesat be ok ?

Also, just out of interest, can you get IPTV on a freesat v8 golden ?

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Freesat Golden and Super both get the Sport 24 channels at the moment with the new V578 Update, (Openbox V8s is totally different and won't do)
Freesat Golden has a cable or terrestrial tv option, IPTV can be put on both but has just one channel list, (no fav options).

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Freesat V7 box also capable of getting Sport 24 with latest 23-9-17 update.
Getting signal strengths of 85% peak and viewable down to 60% with 50% quality on 1m dish,southern England.
I move the dish elevation by hand and today haven't moved it for 8 hours (2.30pm to 10.30pm) and been viewable all that time so good enough for live football when it's on
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Did you Raise Elevation or lower it in order to obtain the signal ??
at the moment 19:00pm to 23.30pm is about all i get untill signal is lost again .
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If you want reception earlier than 19:00 I reckon you would need to raise elevation.That worked for me.
Have a look here.Put in your location and you can see times and elevations required
http://www.satellite-calculations.co...ogID.php?27414

Click on 170 hour predicted tracking.
A new page opens and click on "here to set defaults" which is in blue.
Another page opens and put address in and click "Get coordinates for address".
Go to previous page which should now have your address and info for your location shown.If not, then refresh page.Job done!

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Now, signal is completely gone.
No signal here in southern Germany.
Some days ago, strong singal at daytime.
Now....nothing.
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work fine in central europe
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