We recently bought a twin LNB holder (7590) to fit on a 1 meter solid pole mount white Televes dish (7505)
We want to aim the dish to Sirius 5.2 degrees east in such a way that we can also pick up a satellite at 1 degree west.
Is this possible?
The two satellites are spaced at 6.2 degrees.
The multifeed ref. 7590 has been designed for this type of situation, furthermore, it has been especially designed for Eutelsat and Astra.
However, I do not know if you will be able to receive both of the satellites that you need (I think that they are Sirius and Thor).
If you are living in the north of Europe, Thor is the strongest.
In this case, you must direct the main LNB towards this satellite (the centred LNB) and try to adjust the second LNB towards Sirius, according to the drawing on the leaflet 103802 that you can find on our web site.