Rave TV New Frequency

Rave TV Live Channel ON Other Satellite List Good Working Feed Kode Here Update Today Transponder New TP Frequency 2018
A rave (from the verb: to rave) is a large dance party at a nightclub, dance club or festival featuring performances by DJs, who select and mix a seamless flow of loud electronic dance music songs and tracks. DJs at rave events play electronic dance music on vinyl, CDs and digital audio from a wide range of genres, including house, trance, hardcore, breakbeat and post-industrial. Occasionally live performers playing synthesizer or other electronic instruments will play electronic music. The music is amplified with a large, powerful sound reinforcement system, typically with huge subwoofers to produce a deep bass sound. The music is often accompanied by laser light shows, projected coloured images, visual effects and fog machines.

Rave TV New Frequency 2018

Rave TV Live Channel ON Eutelsat 16A at 16.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Rave TV
Satellite :Eutelsat 16A at 16.0°East
Frequency :12521
Polarization :H
Symbol Rate:30000
A.PID:518 English
SID Code:6
Update :: April 15-04-2018

Rave TV Live Channel ON Astra 4A & SES 5 at 4.9°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Rave TV
Satellite :Astra 4A & SES 5 at 4.9°East
Frequency :3858
Polarization :R
Symbol Rate:1055
A.PID:257 English
SID Code:101
Update :: April 15-04-2018

Rave TV Live Channel ON Intelsat 33e at 60.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Rave TV
Satellite :Intelsat 33e at 60.0°East
Frequency :4045
Polarization :R
Symbol Rate:16908
A.PID:2210 English
SID Code:22008
Update :: April 15-04-2018


While some raves may be small parties held at nightclubs or private homes, some raves have grown to immense size, such as the large festivals and events featuring multiple DJs and dance areas (e.g., the Castlemorton Common Festival in 1992). Some electronic dance music festivals have features of raves, but on a larger, often commercial scale. Raves may last for a long time, with some events continuing for twenty-four hours, and lasting all through the night. Law enforcement raids and anti-rave laws have been used against the rave scene in many countries. This is due to the association of illegal club drugs such as MDMA (ecstasy) and party drugs (such as BZP), and the use of non-authorized, secret venues for some raves, such as squat parties at unused warehouses or aircraft hangars. In part, this is due to the media attention and moral panic that has arisen when ever rave participants have adverse drug reactions.
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