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Thread: A Bit of Advise
02-07-2011 06:37 AM #7
Azbox came from Rick's Satellite and first Openbox S9 from Sadoun in Columbus. If you get the Openbox, you won't have 4:2:2 capability, but you'll have a more nimble receiver. If you find you must have 4:2:2 , then a USB based PCI card solution , like the Profs 7500 is a good choice, in addition to the Openbox S9. The Azbox is complete in itself, but can be a challenge, and I find it kludgey, if that's a word.
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02-07-2011 12:52 PM #8
10' Mesh BUD Dual C-LBNF w/actuator driven by Drake ESR1624U (61W-139W) and 90 cm GeoSatPro w/ DG380 (61W-125W) both to Azbox Premium Plus HD, & 2.4 meter stationary (aimed to 99°W) with (1st) Dual C-LBNF to AZBOX Premium PLus HD & Pansat 9200HD and (2nd) offset C/Ku LNBF (for 105°W) to Motorola-922 4DTV [Subscribed]. Viewing on Sony KDL-46XBR9, Sony KDL-32EX500, and other sets throughout the house. PLUS OTA VHF Hi-Band Yagi+Amp; HDTV Antenna w/Internal Booster from 'antennashopusa' on ebay; & 16 Bay AntennaCraft Super G-1483 (Gray-Hoverman) modified +Amp.