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You will need a circular polarized LNB to receive Bell. Also, with a non-skewable circular dish, you would need a STAB-Disecq compliant, motorized dish mount. This motorized mount is supported by some of the newer FTA receivers. The legal hassles caused by the use of "pirate modified" FTA receivers to access encrypted satellite signals are significant and painful. Simply put, the use of these receivers to access Bell signals is illegal. I would use the largest oval dish available that supports skewing and TWO circularly polarized LNBs. You can then use a LEGAL Bell TV set top box and enjoy life without the worry of a knock on the door by your local police.

tim :eek:
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