Dish Pro Plus Question

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cincyguy2k4

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To answer my question let me give you my setup.

Currently I have a DP Quad LNB setup to connect 2 508's and a 721 box.

When I get my 622 I am retiring one of the 508's. That will give me a 622, 721 and one 508.

Now to my question. I am getting a Dish 1000 antenna, meaning I have to have a switch.

If I use a DP+44 will it work for those 3 boxes, meaning one line to the 622 with DPP seperator, one line to the 721 with DPP seperator, and finally the one line to the 508?

Thanks!
 
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Mr Tony

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no

They will not put up a DPP Twin. Instead they will give you a DishPro Twin and DishPro dual and a DPP44 :)

The DPP only supports two receivers
 
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cincyguy2k4

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LOL. That answers my question about the DPP44 then. My confusion was that if a Dual Tuner receiver still counts as one line from the DPP44. Thanks Iceberg!
 
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Mr Tony

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correct
but you have 2 dual tuners and one single tuner...thats 3 lines coming from the Dish..(or in this case the switch)
 
SimpleSimon

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Iceberg: Your first word should've been "yes".

And they MIGHT use the DPP-Twin that likely came with the D1000 - it'll drive a DPP44 just fine.
 

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