Hi All,

Just read Jason Shazell's post. My A2 box is guilty of the same issues when watching live tv it periodically seems to have a hiccup and repeats itself. I use a Satellite dish, have a Samsung smart tv, I have it connected to the internet and live in Southland. Jason mentioned a Bandpass Filter, please explain what this is, and where I can but one and cost thankyou.

I also have a new issue, when I turn my tv on in the morning it doesn't respond until I turn it off at the wall and leave it for 10 seconds or so and then turn it back on.

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That filter is for terrestrial tuners, not satellite

This is for UHF and not Satellite as indicated on the Dish TV website. You could possibly look at Satellite Amps which will boost the signal, You can grab one from your local electronics store, I made a google search and found a variety of outlets that sell them, https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enNZ860NZ860&ei=3Z5IX... 

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