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FTA DVB Mpeg-2 Two Room Hook Up

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February 10, 2009 9:55:20 PM

I have two Traxis DBS1500 receivers that I bought from a ministry to watch FTA Galaxy 25 Prime Time Broadcasting's God's Learning Channel. I want to have one receiver in my bedroom and the other in the den.

They sold me a Twin KU LNBF and an Aspen MS3X4WB-P Multi Switch.

I understood the tech to say that I come off the LNB with the two coax lines into the multi switch. From the multi-switch I come off with two coax runs. One going to each receiver. Does that sound right?

I'm a little confused. The instructions that come with the DVB receivers is very sparse on facts and explanations. I noticed a connector on the back of the receivers marked "Loop-Out." The instructions said it is to go to another receiver.

Could someone clarify this for me? I'm not going to be hooking up a rotor. I just bought the setup for Gal 25 to watch the religious channels.

Thanks

Stephen

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February 27, 2009 10:43:25 AM

usad said:
I have two Traxis DBS1500 receivers that I bought from a ministry to watch FTA Galaxy 25 Prime Time Broadcasting's God's Learning Channel. I want to have one receiver in my bedroom and the other in the den.

They sold me a Twin KU LNBF and an Aspen MS3X4WB-P Multi Switch.

I understood the tech to say that I come off the LNB with the two coax lines into the multi switch. From the multi-switch I come off with two coax runs. One going to each receiver. Does that sound right?

I'm a little confused. The instructions that come with the DVB receivers is very sparse on facts and explanations. I noticed a connector on the back of the receivers marked "Loop-Out." The instructions said it is to go to another receiver.

Could someone clarify this for me? I'm not going to be hooking up a rotor. I just bought the setup for Gal 25 to watch the religious channels.

Thanks

Stephen


If you have a dual LNB then a multi-switch is not really needed. You just run one cable to each receiver striaght from the dual outputs of the LNB.

I bought my Traxis receiver from www.aeonsat.com

Those guys are very knowledgeable and might know more.


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