Satgear Sky/Freesat MK4 Zone 1 Dish Kit with Quad LNB and 20m Cable
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- Complete kit for installing Sky or Freesat - 4 outputs - everything you need to connect to receiver
- Mk4 Raven Minidish, Quad LNB, 20m of single profile top quality RG6, cable & fixings, hole tidies
- Wall bolts and bracket assembly for wall mounting & Satgear instructions, easy self-installation
- Matched components for guaranteed performance - HD Ready, 4 simultaneous channels
- Ideal for Sky or Freesat home installations
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This kit provides everything you need to connect up your Sky digibox or Freesat receiver. It includes the new Mk4 Raven Sky minidish and the latest compact Sky quad LNB, along with brackets and four bolts for wall mounting (if you want to pole mount it yo
1x 43cm Dish
1x Bolt Kit
1x Reflector Bracket & Wall Mount
1x Sky Quad LNB
4x Wall Mount Bolts
20x Black Single Cable Clips
2x Twist-On F-Connector 6mm
1x Brown Cable Entry Cover
1x Single Cable Hole Grommet
1x 20m Black Single RG6 Cable
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The dish was connected at first to my Freesat TV to power it, and I used a Konig sat-finder with its short extension lead to fine tune the dish direction (azimuth) and the rotation of the LNB. The correct altitude is already built in by the offset of the LNB, and the correct rotation is also pre-set, so the references for both these on the dish are initially set horizontal with the supplied spirit level, and for my location in London the further adjustment needed was only small.
The sliding connector-protector-cover of the LNB can just be finagled over the boots I used to weatherproof the connectors. All four outputs from the LNB work equally well, and two of them will be connected to a Humax HDR when I've saved up enough to buy it. This leaves a spare lead wired in ready for another tuner.
The four leads were all dressed in wall ducts to wall box terminations via type F right angle adaptors on the back to keep the cables out of sight. The length of cable supplied was not enough for the four leads in my installation (my miscalculation thinking it was dual cable) so I bought an inexpensive 100m drum from Wickes which has worked well and also correctly fits the plug shells.
The only problems I had were in drilling the mounting holes in the very hard bricks of the house wall. At least a high wind will not pull out those plugs. There is enough adjustment available in the arms to correct for the inevitable minor levelling errors in placing the mounting holes.
I dislike seeing rows of grey satellite dishes, so I painted ours with various hues of acrylic exterior gloss and matt to blend with the pebble-dash render on the house wall. On a casual glance it is now camouflaged enough to be almost invisible. The extra layers of paint had no adverse affect on the signal strength.
Good dish, good LNB, good pictures, good buy.
Addendum. 4th January 2014
Added the Humax HDR-1000S last week (an Xmas pressie to ourselves) and it works well with this dish, which has survived the recent high winds without seeming to lose anything in the way of signal strength, so I guess the mountings are still secure. The three LNBs in use are all providing a good signal. Just the one spare now left.