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Sky+, twin output LNB ok?

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by zAndy1, Feb 1, 2004.

  1. zAndy1

    zAndy1
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    I'm getting a force frontier dish in order to receive 28E, 19E (for Euro 1080) and 13E with the one dish. For this I'll need an LNB for Sky+ and one each for the 19E and 13E satellites. Is there any reason I can't use a twin output LNB for Sky+ after all I aren't using the other 2 outputs at the moment and can't see any reason for wanting to. Would be looking at something like an invacom twin output LNB.

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    + only uses 2 LNbs so I dont see why not, I imagine they fit quads as a degree of 'future proofing'. I'm afraid I 'know nothing' about the dish or LNB you mentioned, but if they work for Sky then I see no reason for them not to with +.
     

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