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In a very wet Manchester I expected to have lost the signal but it is still coming in nice and strong on my TD110cm and Black ultra.
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To get these feeds for EPL in Turkey(37.35 N , 36.52 E) for 7E should dish size be minimum how many cm?
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Those EPL Signals are pretty much always reduced by broadcaster so 120cm or 140cm dish would likely be ideal .
i have some issues with my 1.2m Channel master dish getting a good enuff lock especially in rain so 140cm i will say is required , in UK many members report here they are able to lock those feeds with 90cm dishes but for me ive tried and failed i could not get any signal with that size dish no matter how well its aligned .
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Signal on Img3 eu is just a flicker now and again here. Dish size supposed to be 1 metre across but closer to 90cm. Have thought about slight trim on elevation whilst monitoring 7 degrees east on sig meter to look for any slight improvement. Just a thought anything is worth a shot! Otherwise a larger well known quality brand of dish is going to have to be purchased.
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Signal on Img3 eu is just a flicker now and again here. Dish size supposed to be 1 metre across but closer to 90cm. Have thought about slight trim on elevation whilst monitoring 7 degrees east on sig meter to look for any slight improvement. Just a thought anything is worth a shot! Otherwise a larger well known quality brand of dish is going to have to be purchased.
Have just been outside to do the slightest amount possible and yes a definite improvement. Weather is full of cloud here atm so still unable to fully lock for any reasonable time. However the slightest amount of 'twitchy' adjustment has given some amount of success.
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The signal is up and down. For me the triad td110 this weekend just gone the signal has been poor. It's there but any big black clouds or rain and it'll be gone. Other days I've had over 2dbs of rain faid margin.
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I'm waiting (and hoping) for the wind to die down. If it rains I've had it. level around 8db on 5402 m3 no more than 64% sig level or there around.
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am on 60%im eu
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Useless here lock gone heavy cloud with annoying wind.Given up this evening anyway!
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70% 9.7db CM 1.2 TM 5402 M3 BU LNB @ Outer Hebrides & almost clear sky but breaking up yesterday during a storm trying to watch the footie.

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