Just a reference pic.
Yes, no word yet on SL3 or SL3s LNBs for now.Grentz said:All SWMLine 5 units Mertzen?
Looks like you can buy them for about $75 on ebay.veryoldschool said:I see an eBay watermark on that pic. :lol:
Nope, AT9 has a different geometry than the Slimline.phat78boy said:Will these work with the AT9 dish?
Indeed you'd have to upgrade the whole dish. Mast is the same though so in all not too hard a job.jwd45244 said:Nope, AT9 has a different geometry than the Slimline.
This can indeed replace a SWM8 switch though it only has 1 output. So if you use a SWM8 with two outputs for different sides of the house you're better off with a SWM8 switch.David MacLeod said:I'm all confused again
what is benefit of this LNB? is this the one that is a replacement for the swm module that is inserted after the dish?
Having one of these now replacing my SWM8, I'd say the only difference is this doesn't have the legacy ports. I used both of the SWM8 outputs and simply have a 2-way splitter now where the SWM8 was.Mertzen said:This can indeed replace a SWM8 switch though it only has 1 output. So if you use a SWM8 with two outputs for different sides of the house you're better off with a SWM8 switch.
But if your residence has all home runs to one location this is perfect.
How many tuners do you have in total? This LNB supports up to 8 tuners. Since you have a WB616 you might be out of luck. You might be able to cascade a SWM8 switch off the 616 though?David MacLeod said:right now I am just a standard lnb with 2 runs going to 2 rooms and I have wb616 switch.
I'd like to add more rooms but don't want to feed 2 runs to each, was wondering if this lnb served that purpose.