- My Satellite Setup
- New House build, Freesat or SKY in every room
- My Location
- East Coast
Any recommendations on dish LNB and switch?
Cat6 has tighter specifications so easier to get wrong when terminating IF (and it's a big if) you really need Cat6 - e.g. long distance 10gigabit networking. In a house!OldBen said:Never heard of cat6 being any more susceptible to this than cat5
Yes I swapped out the Quatro LNB for a Sky Hybrid LNBHave you changed a quattro LNB for the SkyQ hybrid LNB ?
I'll check when I get homeAre you getting CBeebies in the list ?
So one option is to use the left hand side of the wall socket-dSCR -Sky Q?Since you have four satellite outputs in the room, theoretically you could install the sdSCR adapter at the wallplate (if you have four independent polarities running around the house).
£100 is nothing for a TV system with Q capabilities. The dSCR adapter passes through two legacy feeds and gives you two Q feeds or legacy, so no change in outgoing connections and everything which did work will still work.That dSCR adapter is £100 the Q LNB was £17.99!
Just so I have this correct...If I was to install a dSCR adapter I leave everything connected to the multiswitch from the roof and take 4 outputs from the multiswitch into the dSCR adapter and the outputs from the dSCR adapter to the sockets in my main lounge?
So signal flow:
Hybrid LNB - Multiswitch- 4 outputs from multiswitch-dSCR adapter-quad plexer ?
Any idea why I'm not getting BBC 4 and few other channels depsite a signal in my Humax box?
I think the reasons I’m not getting all channels is a faulty multi switch...I unplugged everything from the multi switch...£100 is nothing for a TVB system with Q capabilities. The dSCR adapter passes through two legacy feeds and gives you two Q feeds or legacy, so no change in outgoing connections and everything which did work will still work.