Can a dpp44/seperator work with legacy lnbs and 622? (1 Viewer)

philhu

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Can I connect the 110 and 119 wires from legacy dual lnbs to a DPP44 and then use a seperator to a 622 over 1 wire?

Then can the outputs from the seperator be combined with a sw-21 or something to add 61.5 to the mix?

This is due to 110/119 out at one place in the yards, and 61.5 at another.
 

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Iceberg said:
no

You need to have DishPro LNB's to go into a DPP44. you cant mix Legacy and DIshPro switches/LNB's

Now I'm cornfused. Can the LNBs be DishPro or do they have to be DishProPlus ?

In the above setup, could a 622 and a 942 both be used (with seperators) along with a 508 at a third location?
 

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waltinvt said:
Now I'm cornfused. Can the LNBs be DishPro or do they have to be DishProPlus ?

In the above setup, could a 622 and a 942 both be used (with seperators) along with a 508 at a third location?


you can use Dish Pro or Dish Pro with DPP 44. you can't max legacy LNB with dish pro switches, or Dish Pro LNB's with legacy switches.

yes it could work but you need DPP44 do to 2+ receivers
 

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waltinvt said:
Now I'm cornfused. Can the LNBs be DishPro or do they have to be DishProPlus ?
Other than the DPP TWIN there is no such thing as a DishPro Plus LNB.
 

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Theres two ways to accomplish it
-a DPPTwin. This will give you two outputs (like a 622 and 942)
-You can use a DishPro Twin and a DPP44 for more than 2 outputs to receivers (if you have say a 942, 622 and a 301)
 

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