Claude Greiner said:Mo difference in speed, Dishpro is simply more reliable than legacy especially on the switches requiring power inserters.
chadzx11 said:Really? Except for 64 switches, IMO, legacy is bulletproof. Had a service call yesterday on a legacy system with model 1000 recievers, activated in 1998. In that time she only had 11 work order numbers, one was a mustcarry, and one more (probably) for a 500 upgrade. The problem was that a critter had chewed her cable a while back and it finally failed.
webbydude said:The only real problems I've experienced with Legacy is the the 64 switches. Those things are NOT!! meant for outdoor mounting.
webbydude said:I'm with you on this one Chad. I'll even go so far as to say the Legacy 21 switches hold up better than the DP 21 switches. The only real problems I've experienced with Legacy is the the 64 switches. Those things are NOT!! meant for outdoor mounting.
HDTVFanAtic said:In other words, you are trying to tell me this is a bad idea?