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Transparent Dish- where from?

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by mhuk05, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. mhuk05

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    Hello,

    does anyone know where I can buy an 85cm transparent dish?

    The best UK price I've seen is £70 + £12 p&p

    Thanks :)
     
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    price sounds about right from what ive seen. there fairly pricey for what they are, try having a look on ebay's worldwide search, with the high currecy at the mo you might get it cheaper with p&p inc.
     
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    You can buy Triax 88cm (not clear) on German Ebay in euros for less than we pay in ££.... Might go for regular dish and paint it red (to hide it on the brickwork).
     
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    This is an old thread but has anyone found a good source under £70 for a 60cm one with LNB :confused:
     
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    satellitesuperstore .com are the cheapest for transparent dishes (cheaper to get an lnb from fleabay).

    As they're still fairly visible, painting a normal metal dish the same colour as the background e.g. red oxide for abrick wall, green in the garden etc is another (cheaper) option and you'll get a stronger signal.

    Have a look on satellites co.uk for loads of good info & advice.

    HTH

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