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Will I need a new dish for Sky HD?

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by damo_in_sale, Sep 17, 2005.

  1. damo_in_sale

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    Hi chaps,

    I live in an apartment block so geting a satelite dish installed isn't all that easy. Do any of you guy's know if I will be likely to get Sky HD without having the dish replaced? I have Sky+ so have two coaxial feeds into the apartment but might I need more? If so then I don't think it will be possible.

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    The HD channels will be from the same satellites as the SD broadcasts and will be received via the same dish/lnb cabling. SKY+ HD will require two feeds just as the normal SKY+ does and I suspect quite a few people will be doing a straight swap from SKY+ to the new SKY+ HD.
     
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    Thanks Starburst, guess that means I will be ok.

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