In Motion Dual LNB Satellite Dome

Apr 28, 2010
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I am considering fitting one of these units and would be grateful for any recommendations or constructive comments that anyone might have. I am particularly keen to know how efficient they are. Clearly as you travel if an obstical gets in the way then it will disrupt the signal, but in actual use, do you find it much of a problem.
 
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Its a bit annoying as you lose the signal on tree lined highways and under bridges etc but I suppose its better than nothing
 

tonka

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I think you have already found the snag.. !!!!

In motion is fine on ships, were they are mostly used.. No trees or bridges out a sea. :)

Also consider where you will be travelling, Coverage for UK channels is not as good as it used to be...
 
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SuperMike
Apr 28, 2010
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Thank you. Yes, I know the limitations outside the UK, but can put up with that, because even my Oyster is now not a lot of use.
 
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