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Auteur Topic: Clarke-Tech ET9000 For Feed Hunting ?  (gelezen 1203 keer)

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Clarke-Tech ET9000 For Feed Hunting ?
« Gepost op: 26 mei 2011, 23:55:03 »
Hello,

Has anyone used a Clarke-Tech ET9000 for feed hunting ?

The receiver is supposed to have blind scan and I wondered what the scan time was like for a satellite and how this compares to other receivers. Also, if anyone has any information on how the tuner sensitivity compares to other receivers for feed hunting it would be really useful.

I am considering buying one of these receivers and would be grateful for any feedback.



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Re: Clarke-Tech ET9000 For Feed Hunting ?
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 27 mei 2011, 15:02:30 »
Hello,

I think ET5000 is blindscan and ET9000 is fastscan no blindscan.


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