Amazing; never knew that. I always heard it could not be done, period.Actually there is a way, but it only works if you have one duel and two single receivers.
I wouldn't want to get into a duel with you but the solos have to be able to "see" both bandstacked bands or else they couldn't use DP (not plus) switches or LNBs. But I am sure you are right about the Solos being able to address DPP switches, and that only works for the lower band. I'm frankly surprised it works at all.The Duels can read both the higher and lower frequency signals the singles can only read the lower one.
I think when I say band stacked I mean something different than when you say it. When I say it I mean that there are two separate satellite signals layered one on top of the other. And I Know DishPro equipment has only one sat signal per cable. What do you mean when you say band stacked?
the simplest answer to this question is a 1002 dish.