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Hello, according to http://www.lyngsat.com/tvchannels/uk/Sport-24.html sport 24 shoud have good signal in italy.. beam europe middle est. Now i have no signal. Somebody have tested it ? Thanks!
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Signal is much lower after 4pm i find ,
try early and during daytime hours this is when signal is highest , its also inclined beam so you may need to elevate dish to pick it up when signal is lot lower in evening time .
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Thanks Barney! You are so right.. in The morning Signal appears.. have a Nice day
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Now - for me excellent signal,over 86%.
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being inclined, you may find a smaller dish maybe a sky zone 2 dish is far more tolerant of the inclined orbit if it's big enough in the first place.
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