Requirements for Sky+ on New Apartment Block

Mars2003

Active Member
Hi, Noob looking for some assistance :lease:

I've just reserved a new flat that will not be finished until End Q1 2006.

In the spec they mention that the appartments will be "Wired for terrestrial TV and connected to a Digital Satellite system (subject to usual rental agreements)."

I believe this is to be through a communal Dish.

Obviously I'd like to ensure that they will include all the required hardware and cabling to let me get Sky+ and Sky HD when available.

What Technical terms should I passing to the builders to ensure I'm not left with some half baked solution?

Thanks folks.
 

Starburst

Novice Member
Make sure you are getting two independent feeds from the communal system, while SKY+ and SKY+ HD can work with one feed you lose so much that it really isn't worth the cost.

I would also confirm that the terrestrial feed is being fed froman aerial capable of receiving all 6 DTT muxes (if available in your area) just to future proof yourself.
 

Mars2003

Active Member
Thanks I'll mail the builders today. :thumbsup:
 

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