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What is the Standard LNB Sky fit

TexKeen

Established Member
Hi to all

I am having Sky HD fitted soon through the half price Currys deal.
I don't want multiroom but I do want to move the box between 2 rooms ie my cinema room with CRT Barco fitted and the lounge with a LCD TV.
Will Sky engineers fit as standard a Quad LNB so I will be able to do the above or would they class what I want to do as multiroom and only use a twin LNB.

Tex
 

neilmcl

Prominent Member
Hi to all

I am having Sky HD fitted soon through the half price Currys deal.
I don't want multiroom but I do want to move the box between 2 rooms ie my cinema room with CRT Barco fitted and the lounge with a LCD TV.
Will Sky engineers fit as standard a Quad LNB so I will be able to do the above or would they class what I want to do as multiroom and only use a twin LNB.

Tex
Twin LNBs haven't been used by Sky for years now. You should get a quad as standard, although you could be really lucky and get an Octo LNB.
 

Bachstrad

Prominent Member
hi whats a octo LNB

An LNB that will give eight feeds from the dish. Enough for 8 std digiboxes or four Sky + or Sky HD boxes.

ATB

Max
 

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