Freesat Satellite TV System Installations

 

Freesat Satellite TV System Installations

Freesat is specifically designed for the reception and viewing of all the free UK TV channels via satellite.

 

For our Freesat TV Satellite Installations we use an official Freesat HD set top box satellite receivers.

When we install a Freesat system, we use official Freesat receivers. Some satellite installation companies along the Costa Blanca and Valencia area may offer you an Iberosat, Ferguson Ariva or GI Galaxy Innovations satellite receiver, claiming it is a Freesat receiver. These satellite receivers are NOT Freesat receivers. Official Freesat receivers have the Freesat logo on the receiver, remote control and the packaging.

 

Our Range of Freesat Satellite TV System Installations

110x120cm Satellite Dish and Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD Receiver Installation
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110x120cm Satellite dish Installations, wall bracket or floor stand, Single Output High Gain LNB, Cabling, Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD (with Freetime and external HDD recording) receiver

 

 

110x120cm Satellite Dish and Humax HDR-1100S Freesat+HD (Recording) Receiver Installation

110x120cm Satellite dish Installationsuniversal_lnb_twin[1]Freesat Humax HDR-1100S

 

 

 

 

 

110x120cm Satellite dish Installations, wall bracket or floor stand, Twin Output High Gain LNB, Cabling, Humax HDR-1100S set top box,

 

 

 

 

1.25 x 1.35m Satellite Dish and Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD Receiver Installation

125x135cm Satellite dish Installations125x135cm Satellite dish InstallationsSatellite Receiver Prices Humax HB 1000S

 

 

 

 

1.25 x 1.35m Satellite Dish, wall bracket or floor stand, Single Output High Gain LNB, Cabling, Humax HB-1000S Freesat HD Receiver (with Freetime and external HDD recording),

 

 

 

1.25 x 1.35m Satellite Dish and Humax HDR-1100S Freesat+HD (Recording) Installation

125x135cm Satellite dish Installationsuniversal_lnb_twin[1]Freesat Humax HDR-1100S

 

 

 

 

 

1.25 x 1.35m Satellite Dish, wall bracket or floor stand, Twin Output High Gain LNB, Cabling, Humax HDR-1100S set top box,

 

 

 

 

More information?

If you want more information on our satellite TV system, or want to arrange an installation, or a viewing please contact us using the form below :

Feb 092017
 

4Music now on Freesat

Music entertainment channel 4Music has joined Freesat.

As we reported yesterday ( http://www.satandpcguy.com/2017/02/08/4music-becoming-free-air-satellite/ ), the channel became free to air and free from encryption, which as we now know, paved the way for the channels to be available on Freesat.

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Feb 082017
 

Music channel 4Music has dropped its encryption and is currently broadcasting free-to-air on satellite.

4Music, a joint venture between Channel 4 and Bauer Media, has since its launch been encrypted on satellite.

It was available without subscription, using a “Freesat from Sky” “free to view” viewing card.

A switch to free-to-air status would pave the way for the channel to be included on free-to-air satellite service Freesat, something a lot of viewers have requested over the years.

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Jun 292016
 

Vintage TV, specialising in older music videos and performances has been removed from Freesat, the free-to-air satellite service.

Vintage TV was previously available on Freesat channel number 505.

Vintage TV is staying tight-lipped about the changes, but viewers with Freesat can currently still access Vintage TV using the manual tuning function on their Freesat boxes (technical parameters below).

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May 312016
 

Freesat is having a channel number reshuffle.

This channel number change will be filling the gaps left by the BBC’s reorganisation of services following the closure of BBC Three.

The changes are due to complete during the week commencing 6th June 2016:

Although scheduled recordings should transfer over to the new channel numbers, it is always advised to check your recordings have been transferred over to the new channel numbers.

Also, on the 7th June, S4C HD launches on channel 104 in Wales, 120 elsewhere, replacing SD on HD boxes.

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May 122016
 

As it reports what it calls a solid beginning to the year, the UK subscription-free service Freesat is claiming to be benefiting from enhancing its content offering and building international partnerships.

Freesat 11 May 2016At the end of Q1 2016 ended 31 March, the ITV/BBC joint venture company says that the number of homes connected to its service Freesat remains steady at 1.93 million, with those connected by both satellite and broadband is up 54% year-on-year. Sales of connected set-top boxes were up 18% year-on-year.

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May 052016
 

Freesat cleared to offer live pay sports services 

Freesat, the UK’s subscription-free satellite TV service, is delighted to announce it has been cleared by the BBC Trust to offer live pay sports services delivered via broadband. The decision will help to progress Freesat’s ongoing conversations with content providers.

The BBC Trust decision comes as Freesat continues to expand its content offering to bring the most attractive line-up of programming to its customers. With a focus on integrated content delivered via broadcast and broadband Freesat already offers more than 200 channels and a number of leading on demand services – such as Netflix and BBC iPlayer.

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Mar 272016
 

The following changes to BBC channel numbers will take place on 31 March.

This will be happening due to the removal of BBC Three from the EPG.

106 – BBC One HD/SD (was 108)
107 – BBC Four HD (no change)
108 – BBC Two SD (was 109)
109 – BBC Alba (was 110)
110 – BBC Four SD (was 148)

This brings all the BBC channels back together in one block.

Mar 142016
 

The BBC will be stopping support, and therefore stopping an early version of the BBC iPlayer app on quite a lot of Freesat set top boxes.

This will happen in September 2016.

The Freesat models affected are those that are without the Freetime label.

If your version of iPlayer looks like this then you’re going to be affected:

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