I've been thinking of getting one of the dual lnbf's to replace one of my bsc621's of which I have never even used the KU side. Maybe when I decide to quit tinkering with the 10ft dish and make it basically stationary, then I will make the switch. That LNBF looks perfect.
Ice does the feedhorn on the Dual output C-Band LNB stay stationary and just the LNB itself skews? It is going to be a fixed dish. I have an actuator arm I may hook up later on. Thanks for your help Ice
you skew the whole assembly. The scaler rings stay in place and there is a screw you loosen and manually skew the dish. Thing to remember is it seems like most of the C-Band LNBF's are off by 90 degrees so the 0 side is at 9:00 and I skew from there
see the attached. Its at G4 which is only 6 degrees off my true south (T6)...note its skewed at 9:00 or so