This "D shaped" Legacy Dual output LNBF is high gain, low noise and shock resistant. Great choice for 61.5, 72, 77,82, 91, 101, 110, 119, 129, 148 signals. Fits Dish 300 (need 1 LNBF) and Dish 500 (needs 2 LNBFs). Can also be used with Dish 1000 if you have the correct yoke (needs 3 LNBFs).
Simplify your DISH install with new products! The DISH Network DPH Dish Pro Hybrid Western Arc Triple LNB supports western arc installations. Receives programming from the 110-, 119- and 129-degree orbitals. For Hopper installs only.
Three receiver output ports support a combination of DISH Pro Plus, DISH Pro, and Legacy receivers, including up to three DISH Pro Plus (dual-tuner) receivers when used with DISH Pro Plus Separators. While Legacy receivers are supported without a DISH Pro Adapter, at least one DISH Pro or DISH Pro Plus receiver must be connected and powered at all times to power the LNBF. LNB IN port supports adding a fourth orbital location. The LNB IN port is operational only when receiver output ports are connected directly to satellite receivers. It is disabled when the receiver output ports are connected to a switch. The default output of the receiver ports is 119° on PORT 1, 110° on PORT 2 and 129° on PORT 3. Note that the output ports do not follow the feed horns, but rather allow for PORT 1 to be used for peaking on 119°, similar to other LNBFs. On the Installation Summary screens, the DPP 1000.2 LNBF may display as "DPP Twin" or "DPP Triple" prior to the receiver's software download. After downloading software, it will display as "1K.2" and "DPP 1K.2". Legacy receivers will display the LNBF as "SW64" when the LNB IN port is unused or "SW21-4Sat" when a fourth orbital location is connected (if supported by that receiver)
The DISH Pro Plus (DPP) 500+ LNBF is a new LNBF for use in Western Arc (WA) installations that include core and international programming. The DPP 500+ LNBF uses DISH Pro Plus technology to simplify installations. Like the current DP 500+ LNBF, the DPP 500+ receives signal from the 110°, 118.7°, 119° and 129° orbital locations with the additional bracket and LNBF. The improvement to the new DPP 500+ over the DP 500+ is the integrated switch. The DPP 500+ supports up to 3 dual tuner receivers with no external switch required.
Dish Network's Newest LNBF For English High Def Sats 61.5 & 72 Use with 1000.2 Dish Works with Hopper and all VIP Receivers The default orbital locations are ports 1 and 3 for 72.7; port 2 for 61.5 • The DPP44 switch is the only compatible switch; the 1000.2 EA LNBF does not work with the DPP33 switch • When using with a DPP44 switch, connect 72.7 to port 1 and 61.5 to port 2
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