- the LNBF has "DP" logo, so it would be easy to pick (at eBay)
- any size of reflector (3M 'spoon' dishes would be the best !) would works with DP LNBF, just use only one LNBF per dish
- any DP/DPP switch will works for you [DP34 or DPP44, DPP64, etc]
- be sure the big dishes: 1M, or 3M fixed tight; at Bay Area we have constant earthquakes what tilting/moving walls/roofs slightly , so bigger dish should be watched and aligned sometimes - keep a spreadsheet of signals on each sat/tpn and use it as reference
A "DP" switch P. Smith?
Don't the Hopper tuners require 3 "DPP" blocks?
I understand its acceptable to use DP LNBFs for the dishes, but the multi-switch must be DPP to feed a Hopper or any other Dish DVR for that matter with a single coax line to it.