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What's On In Sports? Or do they have to be DPP compatible receivers? Share Share this post on Digg Del. Last edited by pookguy88; at Yes it will work. Its plug and play. Run a check switch and your done. All receivers since the are Using twin legacy lnb capable. Is there such an animal as a DPP Twin.? Yes DPP twin lnb. There is no such thing as DPP dual. I am always getting the "twin" and "dual" mixed up. So the "Twin" is twice the width of a "Dual".? Originally Posted by Pinza View Post. The later non legacy dual lnbs were designed this way Usign make it easy to swap out to twins ,nb quads. Quote message in reply? Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in Using twin legacy lnb form below. Search this Usimg Advanced Search. BB code is Lover from the past. Add Thread to del. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Options Quote message Using twin legacy lnb reply? Password Please enter a password for lgeacy user account. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. Linear Mode Linear Mode. Hybrid Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode. Threaded Mode Switch to Threaded Mode.

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Skip to Site Map Skip to content Search. Keep your family safe at MySafeFamily. When Dish Network first launched their satellite television service, they used an 18" dish similar to DirecTV round dish. In fact, the dishes and LNB's where interchangeable. This 18" dish was pointed at a satellite referred to as It is called the satellite, because it is located in the longitude orbital slot. Dish Network also had the rights to use frequencies at the orbital location and they quickly launched a satellite to operate at that location. They also have rights for satellites at , , and For more information about what dish receive which satellites, go here. To make use of the channel capacity at , Dish Network developed the real first DBS satellite dish for receiving more then 1 satellite from a single dish. This Dish was called the Dish It was called this because it was calculated Dish Network could broadcast as many as channels using both the and satellites. Technically, they might be able to broadcast channels, but since many of those channels are territory restricted, no one system could be authorized to receive all channels. However, Dish it was called. A single LNB only has one coax connection. A dual has two coax connections. Dish network developed the SW Switch. When the receiver want to tune to a channel on the satellite, a digital signal using the DisEqC format was sent down the coax to the switch. Another signal was sent to switch back to Dish Network also came out with several additional switches for various applications. All the switches used the same DisEqC method. The SW required an external power supply. The SW was used to distribute signal from three satellites usually , and either Seen...

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Okay, here's my situation. Come to find out, my dish is a Dish twin Legacy series , which isn't compatible with the multiswitch. From looking at the dish, it seems I could just order a Dish Pro twin LNB off ebay and slap it on my existing dish, i. Is it as easy as that. Will the yoke on my current dish allow me to just snap the new LNB into place? I tried that receiver for a day and told them to come and get it, I wanted the dual tuner DVD The one that said Dish Pro didn't work for these particular receivers. Long story short too late , I've got a Dish Pro dual LNB sitting on the shelf, if you want it, PM me an address, and you can have it for price of shipping. From my reading, I think the reason the DP had to be changed for a DPP in your case is because your new receiver had dual tuners. But from what I'm reading, unless I wanted a larger focal point like to receive 3 satellites instead of 2 , the dish pan will work with either LNB. Thanks for the offer, but I'd already bought one on ebay. Not looking forward to getting on the roof to swap out this LNB. I will never do it again. That's what I have said about cable for the last eight years. Fortunately, the dish is mounted on the side of the house just outside the window of one of our spare bedrooms. So getting out there won't require too much effort. In that eight years, this will be the first time I've ever had to lift a finger to mess with my TV access. Never had to have a service call apart from...

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The Dish Network User's Resource. This is a photo of the Quad LNB. The Twin is in the same double-wide housing, but has only two outputs. The two output Twin embossed Dish logo on the back and four output Quad silver Dish logo sticker on the back are intended to replace the pair of LNBFs that were originally used for a Dish The Twin was introduced in March bundled with the receiver. The Quad followed in June or July. The Twin may be cascaded with SW21 switches to connect another dish for coverage of a third orbital slot. Nothing can be added to provide outputs for more than 2 tuners or 1 dual-tuner receiver. If you need more outputs you need to consider your replacement options. The never received the update before its demise in the spring of Although the reason why isn't perfectly clear, it's most likely because the distance between the LNBs is only an approximation for the contiguous US. Outside that range, the approximation falls apart. Since the Dish doesn't provide enough surface area for reception in Alaska and Hawaii, it seems like a moot point. A separate dish is required for reception, so neither the Twin or Quad may be used. Like the legacy model, it feeds 2 tuners or 1 dual-tuner model directly, and can be cascaded with 2 DP21 switches legacy receivers require a DP Adapter. Unlike the legacy model, adding receivers does not require replacement because it can feed the DP34 or DPP44 for up to 12 receivers. Systems with the DP Twin are designated xxxD. Recommended for systems with only 2 receivers, especially if either is a dual-tuner model, and not more than 1 legacy receiver. Dish had 2 singles rare or 2 duals. See What is Dish ? The...

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Right now I've got two legacy single LNBs with a Y-adapter for the two Bell birds (82/91) going into 2 SW21s and the outputs of those (2 wires)  The DishPro Plus (DPP) twin lnb. Come to find out, my dish is a Dish twin (Legacy series), which isn't compatible with the multiswitch. From looking at the dish, it seems I. Jump to Legacy][ - The two output Twin (embossed Dish logo on the back) and four output Systems with the Twin LNB are designated xx22T (legacy.

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