Single, Dual or Quad LNBF?

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ChuckRock

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Newbie question for all you experts out there:
I'm preparing to buy a Coolsat 5000 system, and want to know what the difference would be to me getting a single, dual or Quad LNBF.
I'm thinking of setting up a motorized system with either a 31" or 35" dish. Since it is motorized, do I really need more than a single? I would think that a motorized system would move between satellites...
By the way; FYI: I'm looking at a CoolSat package from FTA Direct.
Thanks for the assistance!!
-Chuck
 
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One receiver? Then a single LNBF will work : )
 
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Mr Tony

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welcome :wave

the only reason for a dual would be to run 2 receivers off one satellite

the quad is a combo circular/linear (for regualr satellite and DBS slots for the free audio) so its actually 2 duals in one

I've used a single now for a long time...works great for one recever
 
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Mr Tony

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The 5000 is a GREAT unit...you won't be disappointed :)
 
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