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    Pimp your dish anyone?

    This is a discussion on Pimp your dish anyone? within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; http://recombu.com/digital/news/pimp...al_M11444.html This looks great, huh? Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk HD...

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      Pimp your dish anyone?

      http://recombu.com/digital/news/pimp...al_M11444.html

      This looks great, huh?


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      Re: Pimp your dish anyone?

      I wonder if the local council will object?

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      Re: Pimp your dish anyone?

      My first thought was a camouflage cover to prevent objections from other residents where a standard dish might spoil the character of a building but looks like someone beat me to it. The Sqish - A discreet hidden alternative to a satellite dish - This flat panel works with Sky and Freesat

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      Re: Pimp your dish anyone?

      Could you take picture of the area behind your dish to make it kind of invisible for your moany neighbours?

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      Re: Pimp your dish anyone?

      Quote Originally Posted by bubblegun View Post
      Could you take picture of the area behind your dish to make it kind of invisible for your moany neighbours?
      Probably better than the row of hanging baskets where one was was covered with a black bin liner. No it wasn't growing mushrooms, that was the Sky dish.

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      Re: Pimp your dish anyone?

      I wonder if some Ninja could fit a few of those SFC covers around some of the local dishes?

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