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doctor J

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In Eric Goemel's post : http://www.satelliteguys.us/showthread.php?t=56494
He posted a picture : http://www.vipers-pit.net/at9.htm
This is the "new" AT-9 dish with coaxial connectors between the 110/119 sidearm LNB and the main 99/101/103 LNB.
This dish in general looks slightly smaller due to a more rounded oval shape as opposed to a squared oval format of the original AT-9.
It also seems that the LNB arm is different with a different alignment of the "lock" groove so that the LNB assemblies do not appear to be interchangeable. The sidearm assembly itself is different and mounts underneath the main "arm" with a different sidearm LNB attachment mechanism.

My question is basically about using two or three separate dishes for those who can't see all the satellites from one position. What options are available with this "NEW" dish?
 
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VIPERS-PIT

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well only the 2 LNBs on the side are normal. The "main" LNB is oval and short. I will go out and get some more detailed pictures of the thing and put them on my server.
 

grydlok

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doctor J said:
In Eric Goemel's post : http://www.satelliteguys.us/showthread.php?t=56494
He posted a picture : http://www.vipers-pit.net/at9.htm
This is the "new" AT-9 dish with coaxial connectors between the 110/119 sidearm LNB and the main 99/101/103 LNB.
This dish in general looks slightly smaller due to a more rounded oval shape as opposed to a squared oval format of the original AT-9.
It also seems that the LNB arm is different with a different alignment of the "lock" groove so that the LNB assemblies do not appear to be interchangeable. The sidearm assembly itself is different and mounts underneath the main "arm" with a different sidearm LNB attachment mechanism.

My question is basically about using two or three separate dishes for those who can't see all the satellites from one position. What options are available with this "NEW" dish?

It'a not new It's just the Cali Amp version. It's still just as big, and heavy as the WNC.
 

dragon002

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when you create this 3 dish monstrosity, please post the pics!!

you would need AT LEAST a phase 3 for the 101,110 and 119 , then one 18 ka looking at 99 and another 18 looking at 103. i have NO CLUE what combination of multiswitches you would use.
 

VIPERS-PIT

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ME? My third dish will be a StarChoice. Dont need it for HD locals anymore, but will still get it for Toronto Maple Leafs games!!!!
 
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