Which Quad LNB is for me?

tonguedv

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Hello there friends, I'm interested in maximizing the output of my 90cm dish, by adding a quad lnb so I can use more than one receiver with it. Probably the Skystar 2 card aswell as my 7020. Is there any particular one I should buy? I've been looking at Inverto 0.2 Quad lnb, is this one awight? I don't want to go overboard but dont mind spending £20 more if theres one better. I like to get it right the first time, and I do want to get something good.

Any troubles associated with adding a Quad LNB to my setup? I know I'm going to have to cover the unused outputs with self amalgamating tape or maybe theres special caps designed for that even - that'd be lovely.

Ok thanks, I hope this helps more people than just me, sure it will !

Dave
 

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You don't have to pay a fortune for an LNB nowadays, the Inverto seems quite popular, I've never used one, but tend to use the MTi Blueline LNB out of choice, the Invacom is also a good LNB, have installed a few with good results. :)
 

tonguedv

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ahh MTI, thanks :) I'll check them out. I just thought the Inverto sounded good because of the 0.2dB.
 
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