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Russian TV

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by Zaichik, Mar 5, 2002.

  1. Zaichik

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    My wife is Russian, and we are about to move into a new house where we plan to install a satellite system so that she can watch Russian TV (via NTV+). Can anyone recommend a good quality but inexpensive satellite receiver for this?
     
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    There are so many it becomes a personal choice. U did not say how much you want to spend. Best idea would be to have a look at the latest issue of what satellite magazine and at the back it lists tests on lots of systems. Then flick through mag for prices. I know a lot of people like the HUMAXES. U could go for second hand by looking in LOOT.COM or the free ads.

    A second hand nokia 9600, if u can get it, would be an excellent choice.


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    Thought that I would give this a bump and see if anyone has anything more up to date that they could advise in this area.

    Looking to be able to receive:

    1. Sky, including HD (currently have Sky HD fitted).
    2. Ukrainian TV.
    3. Russian TV (not essential but would be nice to have).
    4. Anything else that is worth viewing, with particular emphasis on any satellites that provide good HD channels.

    So, if anyone has any suggestions then they would be most welcome :thumbsup:
     

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