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    xiar Guest

    Default Special 2-degree Monoblock LNB

    Has anyone tried this LNB?
    Special 2-degree Monoblock LNB


    sold by newcosmos(dot)3dcartstores(dot)com

    Their ad says
    "
    Typically used for simultaneously receiving F-T-A from any two satellites which is 2-degree apart, for examples, it has been very successfully used to receive free channels on Telstar 5 (or Galaxy 25) at W97 and Galaxy 3C at W95 with only one dish, receives NTD TV, CCTV4, CCTV9, CCTV EF, DAIAI, MAC TV, HZTV, etc.
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    Hundreds systems have been sold and installed

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    Nope, and I don't trust sites that start off in Chinese, that one looks like its going to be a bear to mount right.

    I'd go with a motorized system, get them all that way. (with a good circular/linear LNB)
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    2-degrees is exactly what is says,
    you hit 2 birds which are separated 2 degrees
    like the promo sample= 95w and 97w

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    i'm not sure about the 2 degrees but i have a monoblock that have 4deg apart lnb's.
    i bout it off ebay and it work great, uyou just have to set it right.

    check them out

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiar View Post
    Has anyone tried this LNB?
    Special 2-degree Monoblock LNB


    sold by newcosmos(dot)3dcartstores(dot)com

    Their ad says
    "
    Typically used for simultaneously receiving F-T-A from any two satellites which is 2-degree apart, for examples, it has been very successfully used to receive free channels on Telstar 5 (or Galaxy 25) at W97 and Galaxy 3C at W95 with only one dish, receives NTD TV, CCTV4, CCTV9, CCTV EF, DAIAI, MAC TV, HZTV, etc.
    #
    Hundreds systems have been sold and installed

    "
    I agree with Terry, stay away from it. It looks like two spitfire lnb's put together with plumbers tape
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    Quote Originally Posted by augoldfinger View Post
    I agree with Terry, stay away from it. It looks like two spitfire lnb's put together with plumbers tape
    it probably is.

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    I tend to think that these monoblock LNBs are designed for a specific dish in mind, if you don't have that specific dish the LNB will not work as in tended. Better choice would be buying two cheap LNBs and a versitile bracket.

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