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DISH appears to be letting people use two Hopper 3s on one account (and one dish with a DPH42). See Two Hopper 3 Install is Scheduled
Now I wonder if you can "cross the streams" like with the older Hoppers . . .
Yep. The DPH42 allows for multiple wiring solutions that are of particular interest to RVers . . .
Ships June 7th . . . https://store.dishdepot.com/dish-dph-42-switch-pre-order-only-ships-june-7-2017
- allows dual Hopper 3s on a single DPP LNBF...
It's in a Feature Sheet PDF at the bottom of this Hopper 3 & Winegard Travler post.
From my testing, the two work together with simple mods.
Very good news for RVers.
For the present, yes. Later this year (supposedly) DISH will introduce a new switch that will allow multiple Hopper 3s on one account. We'll see.
Yes, I described the procedure I used for upgrading a rooftop Winegard Travler SK-1000 to a DPH LNBF, but as I noted, I tested one and two Hopper...
A Joey 2.0 looks exactly like an old wired Joey,
The 4K Joey looks like this:
No, but I've tested a 77° sat wing dish with the WA DPH LNBF on a Hopper w/Sling (Hopper 2) and it worked.
The "gotcha" may be that you asked for two Hopper 3s -- currently, you can only get one H3 per account.
Default is 2.5 hours. If you enable "large text", then the guide is only 1.5 hours.
I've Hoppers on both -- no diff.
Hopper 3 is supposed to have its Netflix app enabled on 2/11.
I was able to get a Hopper 3 (and two Joey 2.0s) installed on Saturday (1/30). I contacted DISH in the morning and they sent out a tech at about...
Here's some Hopper 3, Joey 2.0, 4K Joey, 50/52 Remotes, and DPH Networking info I found online: Dealer Info.
I've talked with several CSRs and finally got one to give me a $0 to $149 upgrade fee, depending on . . . we'll see.
Anyway, if you're hot to...
While Hopper 1s ("2000") and Hopper 2s ("Sling") can work together, Hopper 3s will not operate with Hopper 1s or 2s. Plus, only one Hopper 3 per...
This is how I network my 3 Hoppers (except I swapped that DPP33 & Solo Node for a DPP44 & Duo Node):
Ignore the Winegard Travler & the A/B...