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Old 2009-11-17 , 09:53
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Default HD ready LNB ?

Could anyone please tell me what a HD ready single LNB is or a dual HD ready LNB ??? I see these are advertised on bidorbuy, just a sales thing or is there something ?

They say the single HD ready LNB is for the HD PVRs.... any idea ?
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Old 2009-11-17 , 10:00
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There is nothing as a HD Ready LNB. A normal twin lnb from known suppliers will work on your HD PVR. The LNB will not affect HD broadcast.
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Old 2009-11-17 , 10:05
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ok thanx, just sales talk then.... this is on the website "Ku Universal single LNB for DSTV (HD ready) Multichoice"
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Old 2009-11-17 , 10:34
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Could anyone please tell me what a HD ready single LNB is or a dual HD ready LNB ??? I see these are advertised on bidorbuy, just a sales thing or is there something ?

They say the single HD ready LNB is for the HD PVRs.... any idea ?
This is all just sales talk gibberish.

You need at least a TWIN universal LNB combined with a Multiswitch for use with a HD PVR

The "HD ready single LNB" is a marketing name for a SATCR LNB most of the time.

It is always better to request the spec sheet for anything on "bid or buy" before you "buy"
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