Need to confirm this LNB/Switch/Receiver setup will work (1 Viewer)

ptscon

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Hello,

I have a DPP Twin LNB with a single coax running into the house. I need to hook up a second receiver and want to avoid having to run a second coax from the LNB.

So I'd like to confirm that a single cable from the LNB to DPP44, from DPP44 to two receivers ...t:confused:his will work just fine right?


Thanks :)
 

Mr Tony

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Hello,

I have a DPP Twin LNB with a single coax running into the house. I need to hook up a second receiver and want to avoid having to run a second coax from the LNB.

So I'd like to confirm that a single cable from the LNB to DPP44, from DPP44 to two receivers ...t:confused:his will work just fine right?


Thanks :)

wont work. The DPP44 requires 2 cables to begin with (one for each satellite slot)
You need a cable to the LNB for the 2nd receiver
 

ptscon

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Are you guys sure? DPP Twin has a build in switch, both of it's outputs provide both orbital locations. Why would you need two cables running to DPP44 when a single will provide both satellite locations?


Thanks
 

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The upside is you don't need to pay for a DPP44 at all. Just run two cables from the DPP twin to your receivers and you're done.
 

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