International satellite dish for Dish users (1 Viewer)

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What kind of satellite dish do I need in order to get Dish international channels? I have 1000.2 at home already and would like to add international channels. Is there a dish system where I can get all of 110, 119, and 129 plus the international programming?

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The 118LNBF with a couple side car LNBFs. You also need the DPP SW44 with power inserter. Out west we had another option, the old 121 Superdish with a 118 repoint kit. (they have different brackets)I have one of those up wired FTA style without the DPP SW44.
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The 118LNBF with a couple side car LNBFs. You also need the DPP SW44 with power inserter. Out west we had another option, the old 121 Superdish with a 118 repoint kit. (they have different brackets)I have one of those up wired FTA style without the DPP SW44.
If you have a Hopper 3 you will need a DPH42 switch with the 1000+ dish.
 

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The 118LNBF with a couple side car LNBFs. You also need the DPP SW44 with power inserter. Out west we had another option, the old 121 Superdish with a 118 repoint kit. (they have different brackets)I have one of those up wired FTA style without the DPP SW44.
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That's the old version. The newer one looks like this
 

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Yes. The main difference between the old and new versions is that the new doesn't need a 44 switch. You can still attach the new(they've been available for a few years now) dpp lnb to the old gray reflectors though.
 
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