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Guest Message by DevFuse


HELP!! :) Upgrading to AT9 from Dual LNB Set Up

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#26 OFFLINE   D-Bamatech



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Posted 24 August 2006 - 10:10 PM

nevermnd.. ( i deleted it for sake of arguement).
Well ill be a "dither pin".!

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#27 OFFLINE   Thinker3932



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Posted 05 September 2006 - 11:49 AM

Friday Night on DTV PPV.

Claus versus Bamtech.


I can't imagine why people want to wrestle with the AT-9 when D* will install it free. Beyond me.

Because that's the fun of it! My stuff is on the way and I plan on doing the install myself. It's been years since I worked on C-Band or Ku-Band downlinks and this AT9 will be another beast.

No meter; I just plan on bringing the TV out. I've watched the install training videos and indeed, this is gonna be a lot more work than the original 1 LNB jobbies :)

I hear that once you are done with the install, that you can actually enjoy the programming. That's what I've been told anyway. I don't get to watch much TV anymore, since I am always redesigning the technology infrastructure of the house. And, if it doesn't work, that's why I also have cable :)

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