What does a dual LNB mean on a DirecTV dish?

Answer The LNB on a satellite dish is a device that converts a signal block from a satellite transmission into a signal your converter box can use. A dual LNB dish is a dish with two LNBs on it, which eit... Read More »

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Will a Dish Network 3700 rec work with a Dish Pro dual LNB feed?

Actually, you can use a legacy receiver with a DISH Pro dish. An adapter is needed at the receiver to get the proper signal for that receiver.No, Dish Pro is a stacked technology, which the older 3... Read More »

Can you use an HR21 receiver with a standard 18 Inch DirecTV dish until they install an HD dish?

An HR21 receiver may indeed be used with a standard 18-inch DirecTV dish. When setting up the receiver, select the 18-inch round dish instead of the slimline 5 dish. You will receive programming wi... Read More »

Can you make a DirecTV dish work with a dish receiver?

You are out of luck. Both Directt and Dish 's remote control have a very limited amount of programmable codes for "off-brands" of TVs. Especially those that are TV/DVD combos. You best bet is to bu... Read More »

Can you use a dish from Dish Network and a receiver from DirecTV?

Just to clarify on the answers given. The LNBs are different for DISH Network and DTV along with the receivers. The LNB and receiver takes the signal from the satellite and gives you your signal on... Read More »