Most of your channels will be located around 322° and the second biggest group
is at 226°. For Lancaster, you'll need one pointed almost due north (that's
where the transmitters are, west of the city)
Look at this picture showing potential channels you can get, and where they
are on the compass:
Get a personalized one here (I just used 21202 in the zip code for the above
Basically you would need one coax cable for each TV or recorder.
If you have one TV and one video recorder, then one coax cable for each. (2
coax cables.) This would allow you to watch one channel on the TV and record
a different channel on the video recorder.
If you have three TV's and one video recorder, then 4 coax cables.
There are all sorts of different ways to connect a satellite dish. You can
use different LNB's and all sorts or splitting gadgets. Like here...
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