It appears the SW42 is just 2 SW21 switches in one case. There is no way I can get the needed 2 additional wires from the LNBs to the SW42, so guess I am stuck with just the use of one tuner.....
for two sat-inputs [tuners] you could you legacy SW42 also, but no way to avoid the SW switches while your LNBF are legacy.
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Posted 05 January 2012 - 01:23 AM
On a different note, I have a few 512 questions. From reading this thread, it appears the 512 does use/will work with a UHF remote. Is this correct?? And am I correct in assuming the "tuner buffer" is 2 hours??? as it was w/ the 522.....Meaning you can rewind/pause a channel up-to 2 hours?
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Posted 05 January 2012 - 09:41 AM
On a different note, I have a few 512 questions. From reading this thread, it appears the 512 does use/will work with a UHF remote. Is this correct??
Yes, the 512 can use a UHF Pro remote. Have to set it up the same way you would for tv1 on the 522/625 (menu-installation-tv1 uhf pro setup).
Posted 27 February 2012 - 02:37 AM
Posted 27 February 2012 - 09:13 AM
Not with the DIRECTV LNB assembly.
I have a 512 and am trying to hook it up to a Direct Slimline dish model AU9. Will it work?
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