We’ve moved up one to 614
If you’re a regular (or irregular) listener to Vision radio via your VAST satellite receiver you’ll need to ‘push the up button’ as we’re now found on channel 614. This is a permanent change and is part of our plans to upgrade to our AM and FM broadcast signals around the country.
Not sure what we’re talking about? Read on…
If you’re in an area that we don’t cover with AM or FM radio, or have poor reception and would like a crystal clear signal 24/7, you can listen directly from the satellite! It is usually reasonably inexpensive, especially if you already have a dish on your house. The satellite signal is available everywhere in Australia and also in parts of nearby countries.
Receive regular TV via VAST?
Then you definitely have access to Vision – just tune in to channel 614.
Don’t have a satellite connection?
You’ll need to get a dish installed – along with a VAST receiver (also known as a decoder or set-top box). Your local TV antenna and satellite service (eg pay TV installer) should be able to help. It may be a very simple exercise if you already have a dish on your roof that is not currently connected. You’ll need to get a High Definition VAST receiver to access OPTUS D3 (Radio Channel 614). Prices can vary, so shop around for the best deal – but the good news is that the cost of this equipment has fallen dramatically over the years. Another option is ,(non VAST), on the OPTUS D2 satellite, is to access a range of international Christian TV channels too on the OPTUS D2 satellite. If you would like to see our other listening options available please click here.
Other important information
Please note our technical team is focused on installing, maintaining and repairing the 680+ stations in our broadcast network. Consequently we are not able to offer support with individual setup and we thank you for your understanding. If getting satellite equipment is not a viable option for you, Vision is also streamed live via the internet or through our free app for smartphones, tablets and e-readers.