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Old 07-22-2005, 12:31 PM   #15
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PM'd you David

Got in-laws visiting tomorrow, but I think I can eek out a kitchen pass for a little while.

Gotta see Walt's coach and all the improvements!!


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Old 07-22-2005, 05:48 PM   #16
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this is for Indio. I found out the hard way that a King satelite system won't automatically switch between 119 and 110. And a dual LNB won't help. The sat system must have automatic skew to change between 119 and 110 without having to wait for the antenna manually to move to the other sat. I have purchased a KVH L3 automatic in-motion unit. This one has the software to recognize that when you call for a channel that is located on 110 and you have been watching a channel that was on 119, the software recognizes this and after a short wait moves the antenna to the proper sat.

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Old 07-22-2005, 06:45 PM   #17
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Stretch, L3 is what I have but if you visit their web site, they have a converter as an option to be able get HDTV with it. It is new and it costs about $900. That is the reason why I posted this in the first place.

I haven't upgraded ny DTV with HD yet, but if that doesn't make any difference without the converter, I will not order it.


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