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#1 TopDogger

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Posted 2008-04-10 18:43:59

Hi,

Anyone have suggestions on the best people to speak to about getting a 10' dish installed with dreamboxes, etc + cabling for a multi room system?

Assuming the 10' dish & dreamboxes are the way to go?

thx in advance.

#2 stupidfalang

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Posted 2008-04-11 09:03:01

The guys from the PSI satellite shop on Sukhumvit (between Klang and Nua) on the left side if driving towards Bkk are quit OK.

FTA (Free to Air) dishes will beam you a load of channels that are a complete waste unless you come from Pakistan, Bangladesh, India etc. For the average Falang the only interesting ones are few. BBC, Australia, Bloomberg and some others in addition to a French TV5, Dutch BTV, Italy RAI.

You better check it out what exactly you can receive with your FTA dish.

Their are some decoding tricks to receive the pay TV channels but the codes has to be followed on the net and you might have to change those codes 3 times in 1 evening. A true headache.



I have the D-Move from PSI and recently installed UBC... Today I hardly use my D-Move and regard it as a Wright-off.



#3 stupidfalang

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Posted 2008-04-11 09:14:00

The guys from the PSI satellite shop on Sukhumvit (between Klang and Nua) on the left side if driving towards Bkk are quit OK.

FTA (Free to Air) dishes will beam you a load of channels that are a complete waste unless you come from Pakistan, Bangladesh, India etc. For the average Falang the only interesting ones are few. BBC, Australia, Bloomberg and some others in addition to a French TV5, Dutch BTV, Italy RAI.

You better check it out what exactly you can receive with your FTA dish.

Their are some decoding tricks to receive the pay TV channels but the codes has to be followed on the net and you might have to change those codes 3 times in 1 evening. A true headache.



I have the D-Move from PSI and recently installed UBC... Today I hardly use my D-Move and regard it as a Wright-off.



Right hand side if driving to Bkk...

#4 barryofthailand

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Posted 2008-04-11 09:14:14

The guys from the PSI satellite shop on Sukhumvit (between Klang and Nua) on the left side if driving towards Bkk are quit OK.

FTA (Free to Air) dishes will beam you a load of channels that are a complete waste unless you come from Pakistan, Bangladesh, India etc. For the average Falang the only interesting ones are few. BBC, Australia, Bloomberg and some others in addition to a French TV5, Dutch BTV, Italy RAI.

You better check it out what exactly you can receive with your FTA dish.

Their are some decoding tricks to receive the pay TV channels but the codes has to be followed on the net and you might have to change those codes 3 times in 1 evening. A true headache.



I have the D-Move from PSI and recently installed UBC... Today I hardly use my D-Move and regard it as a Wright-off.

PM Me and i'll give you the real scoop.
Barry

#5 frenchFARANGbkk

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Posted 2010-01-01 23:15:04

Hello,

If I want to install a satellite dish oriented to "Asiasat 3s" to get French TV5, how can I get the Thai channels ? Do I need another dish oriented to "Thaicom" as it seems that Asiasat 3s doesn't show Thai channels ?

Thanks.

#6 PattayaParent

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Posted 2010-01-02 08:50:59

You don't need a satellite to receive the Thai channels, they're terrestrial broadcasts.

#7 tomwct

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Posted 2010-01-02 17:42:42

The guys from the PSI satellite shop on Sukhumvit (between Klang and Nua) on the left side if driving towards Bkk are quit OK.

FTA (Free to Air) dishes will beam you a load of channels that are a complete waste unless you come from Pakistan, Bangladesh, India etc. For the average Falang the only interesting ones are few. BBC, Australia, Bloomberg and some others in addition to a French TV5, Dutch BTV, Italy RAI.

You better check it out what exactly you can receive with your FTA dish.

Their are some decoding tricks to receive the pay TV channels but the codes has to be followed on the net and you might have to change those codes 3 times in 1 evening. A true headache.

I have heard that Dream TV in the Phillipines is the way to go for an American and/or can you recommend another source. I also would like to get FOXNEWS!!! Any info would be helpful!!!



I have the D-Move from PSI and recently installed UBC... Today I hardly use my D-Move and regard it as a Wright-off.

PM Me and i'll give you the real scoop.
Barry







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