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The Solid Signal analog satellite signal finder meter is a low cost, effective tool for the average satellite TV owner to be able to easily align and troubleshoot their satellite dish. Don’t overpay for an expensive meter with features you don’t need. Leave that to the professional satellite TV installers.
This analog satellite finder with tone makes tuning C-band, Ku-band, and even digital a breeze. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to precisely align your dish so you can send the strongest signal to your receiver. It’s great for RVs and other mobile satellite setups. Tune your dish and start enjoying uninterrupted reception with the Solid Signal satellite signal finder meter.
Recommended for aligning single satellite C-band and KU-band dishes
Cuts down installation time by providing real-time signal strength as you align your satellite dish
Audible tone alerts you when you’ve located the satellite
Variable gain control lets you fine tune the satellite for the best possible alignment
Great for RVs and other mobile satellite setups
Audible tone lets you know when your on the "bird"
Powered by satellite receiver
Variable gain control lets you fine tune the satellite for the best possible allignment
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Recent Review: Philstar - Boise, ID - 8/7/2015 The meter served it's purpose, but it couldn't attenuate the signal enough for peaking.
The meter served it's purpose, but it couldn't attenuate the signal enough for peaking. Philstar - Boise, ID - 8/7/2015 12:02:05 AM I used this meter between my Directv SWM-16 and my 5 LNB dish. The 22kHz and H/V indicator lights worked well to know which of the 4 cables was which, because I was a good distance from the SWM-16. The only complaint I have is that I could still rail out this signal to the max with the attenuation knob set to the minimum (lowest value). As a result, I couldn't peak either the elevation or the azimuth measurement. I had to turn each measurement to find the falloff point in one direction and then find the equal falloff point on the opposite side. I then set the dish to average of the two settings. This procedure is known as dithering and is recommended for the azimuth measurement.
Although it would have been nice if the attenuation could be set low enough so that the signals wouldn't rail out to the positive value, this is just a minor complaint. My Directv has had horrible reception since it was originally installed (the installer was horrible), and it has been great ever since I adjusted it with this meter. If you have the 5-LNB, 4 output Directv dish, this meter will help you aim it. I'm basically certain it WON'T work with the 1 output SWM LNB. If you plan to adjust the dish yourself, I recommend using the procedure provided by Directv (posted by solidsignal). It worked well for me.
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