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What is the best LNB to use for satellite TV in Spain? Inverto Black Ultra LNB? — 5 Comments

  1. Hi can you advise me please, I live in Valencia and have a 125cm new dish it works perfectly when the sat cable is connected directly to the TV but when I try to tune in the freesat {Humax 1100s} box which is also new its saying weak or no signal and not picking up any UK tv channels, I’m sure its something simple im missing !!!

    • If the sat tuner in the TV is getting channels, then in theory the Freesat box should also.
      When you do the freesat install wizard, does it find a signal to progress through the wizard? If not then either your box has gone, your cable connection is not goo, your LNB is not good, or your dish is not aligned for the Freesat signal.

  2. Hi, love.your blog, very informative, thanks.

    I have a humax Freesat setup with 1.5m dish located in South west Mallorca, worked fine for many years, since hd upgrades from BBC, cannot get certain BBC channels any more, not big issue, but it the last few weeks, the previously strong eastmids BBC hd is breaking up and stuff is failing to record. Thinking of swapping lnb as the current one is a cheap Amazon buy, do you still recommend the inverto black ultra single ?



    • Things have moved on in the 9 years since that posts.

      The Ultra black still works OK ish on some satellite dishes.

      But there are better ones available

      But performance depends on the make / type off dish you have… it can be a mix and match test

      And as the post says, there are much better twin and quad LNBs than the ultra black range.

      But remember that an LNB can only perform well if it is able to receive enough signals in the first place. If your dish is of the wrong size, or misaligned, then the LNB will not get enough signal to perform.

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