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Love Nature in 4K - Great new channel

Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:33 am
by fatso
43.1W
4190H 12169

Just launched in Canada and currently in free-preview mode!! :watchingtv

Programming is similar to Nat Geographic, but in 4K. Schedule can be found here:

https://tv.lovenature.com/

More info:

https://blueantmedia.com/2017/07/love-n ... videotron/

I can't believe a small media company from Canada :goody beat Nat Geographic to 4K broadcasting...you snooze, :zzz you lose Nat Geo! :hammerme:

Re: Love Nature in 4K - Great new channel

Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:29 am
by dishcrank
Can anyone lock this using a ten foot dish? I'm missing a ton of transponders on this bird. Probably a good time for some fine tuning if there is 4K content available. :razz:

Re: Love Nature in 4K - Great new channel

Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:54 pm
by PeterRing
Hi Guys
Im so angry because i dont know why i cant get This signal...:(
I'm catching everything else from this satellite even 5% chance for 3.0dish..
But this ZERO...?!? Because my location ?

12ft Dish
Titanium C1-PLL
Montreal ( Canada )

Re: Love Nature in 4K - Great new channel

Posted: Thu Aug 30, 2018 10:23 pm
by tvroadmin
The beam is concentrated over south america and transponder output power is low to begin with. Those in the southern usa should get this signal with 10-12 foot antennas. Those in the northern states and Canada will need a 12 foot antenna. For many of you, it will also be low on the horizon, complicating matters even more.

https://www.tvrosat.com/cgi-bin/charts. ... er_id=2449

Re: Love Nature in 4K - Great new channel

Posted: Tue Oct 09, 2018 7:27 am
by tek2000
All,

They have increased the output power for this transponder. A 10-footer can now lock this 4K signal all the way up in Canada! If you are east of Arizona, Utah, Idaho and Alberta, you should be able to watch Love Nature (4K). :clapping:

Re: Love Nature in 4K - Great new channel

Posted: Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:15 pm
by fatso
Just checked on this one and it is stronger than ever for me! Great 4K programming too. :watchingtv