12 volt satellite decodes ? Sky?

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  1. Gazza333

    Gazza333 Funster Life Member

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    Thinking of getting a dish for my motorhome. Now many years ago I used a pace 12 volt sky decoder and stuck my sky card in it as this was THE box to have at the time. Now I think ill get twin lnb dish and use my sky plus box but obviously this doesn't work on 12 volt.

    So is there anything better out there as I'm years behind times with this?

    Shall I just get an inverter for my sky box when I want to run it on 12 volt only ?

    Or shall I get both boxes then I'm pretty much covered?

    Ps I know all about filmon etc as I use it but sometimes I don't have a good enough wifi signal .

    Gary
     
  2. BreweryDave

    BreweryDave Funster Life Member

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    I use a 300w inverter which runs my sky+ box and my 240v tv no problem at all.
     
  3. rb62

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    Jacksons satellite do a GM 12v HD reciever with card reader,record,EPG and sky if I'm reading it correctly £100. On their website,drop down box under dish systems,maybe only single lnb?
    hope this helps
     

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