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Sharkonwheels
October 20th, 2006, 05:48 PM
I got two left - for the boyz and gilz here - my cost $47 + shipping.
These are the Moteck SG-2100's bought through the only official importer in the US, DMS International (DMSI).

They have legit serial numbers on the box, and are honest-to-goodness genuine Motecks.


I got 'em on eBay - look up user Sharkonwheels to see pics - these are new in box, never used, bought about 90 days ago or so.

If ya want one, lemme know, and I'll remov eit from the listing.



Tony

atari2600a
October 20th, 2006, 05:58 PM
It'd be nice to get one of those big motorized C-Hu band satellites, & a DVB-S tuner card. If only I had the cash...

Sharkonwheels
October 20th, 2006, 10:28 PM
C and Ku ya mean ;)

Anyways - the BIG dishes aren't really THAT good for Ku. a nice size, is about 3-4' for Ku. FCC offers pre-emptive protection for up to a 1M dish (about 39") so homeowners associations, municipalities, etc... CANNOT tell you know.
EVEN if it's in the homeowners bylaws AND you read it AND you accepted it AND you sign it, they override it.

Good setup is a 39"/1M dish, CoolSat 6000 Platinum or a Pansat 3500SD, and one of these SG-2100 motors. Both these support full "Goto X" function, meaning you config yor lat/long in the receiver, and it knows EXACTLY where to point the dish, assuming the dish and motor were installed, and aligned properly.

it's a REALLY cool toy, and not THAT expensive utilizing Ku!

One sold already - so if anyone is interested, lemme know quick!
Only 1 left, now!


Tony

Sharkonwheels
October 21st, 2006, 12:32 AM
Sorry guys - both sold on fleaBay already.

I TOLD ya I was sellin' 'em cheap!


Tony