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Chris

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I tuned this for my first time tonight...not sure if the hiccup or glitch has been corrected but I am not experiencing any issues tuning  with the TBS6925 running LAV and EVR. I'm not showing any sync issues or signal drop outs

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I am not able to pick up your signal.  I am running a 90cm dish.  Ill try and fine tune when it warms up a bit more, but i get everything else on that bird quite easily, but nothing attempting to scan Inforwars in..
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Reply with quote  #48 
Scans in and plays well up here in east coast Canada...the hiccups aren't as pronounced now..
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Reply with quote  #49 
Thanks so much for all the feedback guy!  Really appreciate it.  I'll dig through all the reply's and report back on all the findings.
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You think infowars will ever go back to c band?
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Anybody still getting Infowars? It faded out earlier today, no signal at all. Maybe the deep state killed it.
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I had it this morning but it's gone now.  I've been having trouble with this satellite.  I have a 1m Muzak dish parked here and lost the LNBF due to unusually heavy storms here the past few days.

This morning I replaced it with a spare Invacom QPH-031 but I lost Fox Edge and CBS Newspath.  I am getting the other SR-4000 feeds, both H and V, but not those two.  I assumed I also lost InfoWars but since others don't see it I'll just chalk that up to coincidence.
 

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I believe another forum member here has made a good description of much which others complain about.

His signature states the following-----a collection of semi-functional equipment-backed up by a pile of questionable items!

And recently others have stated the following----you get what you pay for.

I conclude that if folks wanted to watch or listen to these sat based content programs then equipment upgrades would serve some of them well. When watching the programs I enjoy, lost of signal or broken up images is not what I desire. My morning news feed is up so I have to go watch and listen.

Old equipment which may have once been enough for DVB-S may fall short receiving DVB-S2 and beyond.

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compare this post to post #41 & 42 and you will confirm that the signal is no longer there.
Nothin but noise at that freq. No matter the equipment, you won't be seeing it there.
Maybe it moved someplace else or someone tripped over a patch cord?

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It's still there. It's scanning in as Tandberg instead of infowars and I'm only getting 9.4dB on my 1.2 meter dish and it's breaking up.
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I'm receiving it here on a 10' Mesh Dish 77% quality at this time!
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It's back stronger than before. They changed the video PID, so had to rescan. Good job guys.
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Yea, im finally getting it!
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Still looks dead as a doornail at 99W 12095 MHz H
timestamp is in the pics
Frequency change?

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DB8E/VHF Yagi rotor FM Bandstop ap-8700 preamp 8way split LG lcd.
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Still looks dead as a doornail at 99W 12095 MHz H
timestamp is in the pics
Frequency change?


It is down again G-16 12093 V 3068

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