Here is the situation. I had been planning to have directv installed at my vacation home up north so in doing so I thought it would be cool to have satellite on my dock. So the setup was simple, two standard receivers, one in the house and one on the dock. Knowing that there was no possible way that directv would run a line down to the dock without it being a huge issue I went ahead and had an electrician run the coax cable the same time he was running the electricity to the dock. So the faithful day came and the directv installer showed up and mounted the dish to the house hooked it up to the living room and the newly ran line out to the dock. Well moment of truth came and when the installed went out to the dock with his meter and said that the signal from the dock to the dish was so weak that there was no possible way to get a signal. Obviously he wasn't going to run a new line and said to try and have it replaced but it was pretty far from the dish. He took off and so the fun began. I have tried amplifiers and everything which brought it up a little bit but not enough. Moving the dish away from the house is not an option so I was wondering since the 2nd receiver is activated could I just buy a 2nd dish and mount it to the dock and everything would work? So I would have 2 receivers, 2 dishes not linked in anyway and have it work as if they were 2 receivers with one dish and not have to deal with directv. Please advise!