Sky LNB 4 Output HD Quad for HD/Freesat HD
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- Quad LNB 40mm with adapter to fit Mk4 BSKYB dish
- Adapter comes with built in spirit level.
- Input: 10.70 ~ 12.75 GHz
- Sliding cover to protect 'f' terminals
- Suitable for Sky HD and Freesat HD transmissions
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Fits in minutes to an existing sky dish.
All that's needed aditionally is Ladder(obviously!)some self-amalgamating tape(waterproof)and some insulating tape if you want to tidy the cables to the dish-arm,and and away you go. Upgraded my old sky to sky + with a second hand SKY+ box and by running a dual coax to the box.Sky+ SkyHD 20m Black wf65 twin coax Wiring kit for Dish LNB to satellite receiver Freesat foxsat HD PVR SKY will upgrade your account/ viewing card for free (as you won't be able to record or playback until you do).
Couldn't recommend higher.
You don't need any tools to fit it, you just pull out a plastic plug that holds in your existing LNB and fit the new one using either one of the new plastic sleeves supplied or like I did using the original one and then replace the plug. Remove the tape around the cable and unscrew it and re-attach to the new LNB. I didn't have to adjust my dish or anything like that and it the picture was spot on.
I bought some satelite cable from my local electrical shop, £20 for 40 metres (I bought so much because I was also moving my ordinary sky box into a different room) and a some connectors (you could get the bloke in the local shop to make up the cable ends if you don't know how). I drilled a hole through the wall next to the original cable, ran the cable to my new Sky+ box which was kindly given to me by a friend who has gone to HD and job done. I phoned Sky to get a Sky+ subscription which cost nothing and the next morning all the Sky+ featured were working. Total cost £25 and an hour or so of work instead of £150 to get it from sky.
delivery next day, well done
The quad LNB was to replace an old mono LNB on a 10 year old SKY dish as I had bought a freesat box that needs two feeds and wanted to move my existing Sky box (now free to air only) to the bedroom. I thought I'd have a go myself and if I got in trouble I'd just call an installer.
Well it was pretty much a doddle. Both systems are up and working - with 100% signal and 100% quality on the meters.
I have one quibble. The LNB comes with 2 adapters and you use the one best suited to the main arm of the dish you have. The one that is attached looks well made and fits properly. The one I had to use is a bit crap really and has to be padded out with tape to make the holder fit the LNB (The gripping ring is too wide for the neck it goes around.)
However, I'm not complaining - it just took some figuring out and tweaking.
Well worth the experiment.
The fitting is obviously not designed for that model of LNB as the throat is smaller and has different locating points than the collar so it simply moves about which is not good. So after much up and down the ladder trying the fitting from the old LNB and so on, I wound a load of tape around the throat to fill the gap. Up the ladder, it fits a treat. Down the ladder, no signal: on anything! Up the ladder, fiddle, Down. Nope. Up......
With the help of a finder kit, I find the dish just needs tilting up slightly. Now got a cracking signal on both the FreesatHD and Sky!
So, if you do buy one of these, and you really should, considering the price is a quarter of others, then don't assume you won't need a sat finding kit. Oh, and a good pair of legs!
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