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2 tuner Dish receiver for RV

Discussion in 'Standard Definition Receiver Support Forum' started by rtc830, May 7, 2012.

  1. rtc830

    rtc830 New Member

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    Now have New Tailgater and 211 receiver. Thinking about going to dual tuner (322, 522, 722). Any recommendations. Will be used in 35' fifth wheel. Thanks. rtc830
     
  2. VDP07

    VDP07 Godfather

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    Your 211, the 211k and the 411 are the only receivers that work with the Tailgater. No dual tuner support unfortunatly.
     
  3. rtc830

    rtc830 New Member

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    VDP07 - Thanks. Yep that is why I am considering selling the Tailgater, even though it is easy to use(no dish alignment issues), and go with one of the dual tuner so we can hook up both TVs in RV. Do you think the 322 would be a good choice? rtc830
     
  4. VDP07

    VDP07 Godfather

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    The 322 is an excellant SD receiver. If you want an HD feed, check out the 222. The problem with 222's and RV's is that they are huge (the size of a DVR) and may not fit. There are autotune dishes available, the "Carryout" being one, that will serve dual tuner receivers, as long as the 2 channels being watched are on the same satellite.
     

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