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Davevh@comcast.net

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Fellow Vidiots
I am in the VERY first Phase of switching to Dish from cable. The wife and I retired recently so we are "down sizing".
I have acquired a NIB Dish 322 and am using my RV Dish 500 Legacy twin.
Do I need to run two RG6 lines for the dual tuners (one line for each tuner)?
Do I need more than one bird (119) to receive AT60?
I'm doing some preliminary tweaking before actually signing up. Anything wrong with that?
What are the first month charges for the following:
Initial account creation
AT 60
4 channels of locals

Thanks
 
lakebum431

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To answer 1 of your questions, with legacy equipment, yes you need two runs to dual tuner receivers. If you use DPP equipment you only need 1 line and a DPP separator.
 
JimK2

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Fellow Vidiots
I am in the VERY first Phase of switching to Dish from cable. The wife and I retired recently so we are "down sizing".
I have acquired a NIB Dish 322 and am using my RV Dish 500 Legacy twin.
Do I need to run two RG6 lines for the dual tuners (one line for each tuner)?
Do I need more than one bird (119) to receive AT60?
I'm doing some preliminary tweaking before actually signing up. Anything wrong with that?
What are the first month charges for the following:
Initial account creation
AT 60
4 channels of locals

Thanks

I think AT60 is now called AT100. You lose some channel's with AT60/100 by only having 119. Your locals also might be on 110.

Channel 101, 'Dish Network FYI' will come in. Channel 213 NASA mght work.

http://www.dishchannelchart.com/
 

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