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 Does installing a satellite dish require a special cable?

Answer Installing a satellite dish does require a special cable. The cable required is called coax cable. Bare copper or BC coax cables (also called solid copper or SC) are the standard for companies that... Read More »
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How much does installing a satellite dish cost?

If you are a do-it-yourselfer, you can buy satellite dish installation kits for as little as $10, as of 2009. Professional installers charge about $200 to install a satellite dish, although the fee... Read More »
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Can Homeowners association require use of cable tv rather than dish?

Yes. Read your governing documents to determine the standard for your community. If cable is the standard, you may be able to find a process whereby you can petition the board to install a dish. ... Read More »
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What is the max cable length for HD satellite dish to receiver?

The maximum length for the RG-6 coax cable is 200'. If you have further questions, please let me know. Thanks.
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