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Thread: Homemade 2 degree monoblocks on Ebay

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    Homemade 2 degree monoblocks on Ebay

    A guy is selling 'homemade' 2 degree monoblock LNB's on Ebay. I'm sure someone on here would be able to use the pictures to make one themselves. Gotta love the duct tape!


    New! 2 Degree Monoblock KU FTA Linear LNB / LNBF - (eBay.ca item 330267335336 end time 11-Sep-08 11:31:41 EDT)






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    6ft Startech Mesh C-band hooked to a Digiwave DG7000 aimed a 91 west for testing --- will be put up at the cottage next summer.

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    that is funny looking, but hey, if it works. i think i would rather buy a multi-lnbf offset bracket or try building my own instead of paying that much.

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    Cool.. That proves that it can be done. I really want 123/125 on one reflector. I guess I'll have to do a little experimenting. I've got some old linear ExpressVu LNBs (from the 1997 era) that I can afford to mess up.

    I wish that Sadoun would get one of the manufacturers of their LNBs to look at a design for 2 degree spacing...

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    but do we know if it works? From the pic I'm skeptical
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