Can I use my SKY satellite dish?
Yes you can, a working satellite dish will be able to receive Freeview via Satellite when used in conjunction with an approved Freeview Satellite Digital Receiver or Recorder.
Can I get Freeview through a satellite dish?
Can I get Freeview through my satellite dish? Freeview is only available through an aerial (for the digitally minded, it’s digital terrestrial television system). If you are struggling with your Freeview coverage, free to view channels are available through a satellite service provider: Freesat from the BBC & ITV.
Can I connect my Sky dish directly to my TV?
Follow the simple steps below to connect your dish to your TV: Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the back of your satellite dish labeled “LNB” Next, connect one end of the HDMI cable to the ‘output’ port in the back of the satellite. Plug the other end of the HDMI cable in to your TV (not your dish receiver).
Can you run Sky and Freeview off the same dish?
Yes SKY uses the same satellite and same polarity as Freeview and you can operate Sky set top boxes and Free to Air or Freeview set top boxes on the same dish at the same time.
Can Sky Box work without dish?
Sky is a satellite TV service, but thanks to technological advances — including digital TV — you can still get Sky without a satellite dish. With top-notch sports, movies and TV programmes, it’s no wonder so many people want to get Sky.