- May 18, 2004
I was reading in a thread in the FTA section and the thread was "What is the ultimate FTA set up???" by cablewithaview. In this thread a post by digiblur says:
I'm sure these dual C/ku feedhorns are intended for the ability to get H and V on multiple receivers. It made me think. If I were to get one of these feedhorns? Could I put a Linear lnb on one side and a Circular lnb on the other side? Would it work? I think it would. What do you think? Most people probably (my opinion) use one or the other and swap them out occassionally, using regular feedhorns. This would allow you to have both on the dish and in a prime focus possition. Any thoughts?A solid 15 footer with CBand, Linear KU, and Circular LNB's. Receivers attached would be able to receive HD, 4:2:2, 8PSK, analog, 4DTV, AC3, etc. And of course no trees or obstructions to the south. And while you are at it, the ability to track inclined orbit sats.