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08-31-2012 05:21 PM #13Originally Posted by harshness
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08-31-2012 07:12 PM #14
(recommended switch is cheaper than smaller ones)
The outputs of the multiswitch go directly to 8 receivers.
If those two LNBFs are all you want, you are done!
Again, see the Switches Simplified FAQ for details, wiring diagram, and programming info.
I think it's post #7
Last edited by Anole; 08-31-2012 at 07:17 PM.
08-31-2012 07:40 PM #15
You can use a multiswitch connected to 2 dual output LNBF's. The multiswitch can connect to 1 or 4 or 8 receivers depending on model of switch. More receivers are possible. See switches simplified. BUT - before going whole hog, just run one receiver and see if it's worth going whole hog on. For the types of entertainment you mention, I think an 8 to 10 ft dish is going to be required, Something to move it across the arc also, as that's C band. Ku is mainly feeds with only 83W Ku with 24/7 retro channels. Night take a
Being in a major metro area, I haven't looked, but would think the majority of whats on satellite would be available OTA (subchannels).
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09-01-2012 09:13 AM #16
One more thing that may help you weening yourself from Dishnet, Netflix !
If you have a Blu-Ray player or other compatible Netflix player, you can connect that to your TV and enjoy a LOT of stuff that has shown in the past years on a lot of the "pay" channels, like Discovery, NatGeo etc.
Of course you also need high speed internet for this, but it IS a viable alternative to expensive cable or Dishnet. And it's only $7.98 a month (or something close to that amount).
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09-01-2012 12:56 PM #17
here's somebody's list of what is on Ku:
09-06-2012 03:05 AM #18