Queston and Some info on FamilyNet

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ussexplroer

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I was looking around at powervu stuff and found familynet.

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Lst of support receivers:

[FONT=Arial, Helvetica]Any current DigiCipher-II compatible receiver (such as Digitrans DTE 7100, Motorola DSR-4402X, DSR-4410, DSR-4500X, DSR-4520X, DSR-4400MD, or MPS)[/FONT]

Also this is c-band right? your talking 6ft or mostly 8ft and bigger? For most powervu stuff. ALso is the 4.2.2 support much better. I was keeping my eye on a DTE 7100 not a 7150 that does 4.2.2

Oops can someboy plz fix the hyper link. I thought it was going to just paste text. didn't think it would past the name of were it was at. LOL.

Thanks,

Josh
 

photoman76

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Here is a link to FamilyNet:
FamilyNet TV Current Affiliates - FamilyNet

It's C band on Galaxy 23. They recommend a 12 foot dish, but I receive the mux fine on a 7 1/2 foot dish. I have the Digitrans DTE 7150. 4:2:2 support is better if you want to view 4:2:2 channels. FamilyNet is encrypted and authorization is required. The channels in the mux that are ITC at this time are:
TBN
The Church Channel
JCTV
Smile of a Child
World Harvest
 

skysurfer

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It's also DC2 combo mode, so you can't just use a 4DTV for it, either. I don't know why the OP source says "any current DC2 receiver" when that is not true. Not all DC2 receivers do combo mode.
 
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