If you need anymore than 4 outputs that come from the AU9, then you need the WB68 multi switch. The 4 ouputs from the dish go into the 4 inputs of the WB68 Multi-switch. Then you will have 8 outputs to utilize in anyway you need. It dosen't matter how many receivers you have really. It depends on whether or not they are single tuner or dual tuner receivers.zubby_zu said:Thank You for the reply and explanation. If I need to add a 5th Receiver what will I need?
I'm almost positive the Terk BMS-58 WILL NOT be compatiable. What I mean by that is you can use it, but you will not be able to recieve any of D* MPEG4 feeds. Which are all of the HD locals and pretty sure the RSN's.cruise350 said:Is the Trek BMS-58 compatible with the slimline dish or will I have to get the wb68. And if I need the wb68, can I plug my OTA antenna into one of the extra ports on the multi switch and then split it out with diplexers like I currently due with the Terk BMS-58.
Some people have done this, putting the BBC module after the multiswitch and the diplexer after that. It may cause a problem when the new satellites (which will actually use the BBC) are up next year, but nobody*will know for sure until that happens.cruise350 said:Well that blows, I don't mine using a new multiswitch, but having to run seperate lines for the OTA to 3 different receivers and TVs really sucks. Do you know if I can combine the antenna feed after the multiswitch and the diplex it back out using 2 diplexers.