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This LNB is serving the Eastern Arc demographic. DISH Network is moving over HD channels to these satellites for select markets. This LNB fits on any DISH1000 series dish.
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“Eastern Arc-compatible” receivers must be MPEG-4 (models) and must have the new G3 “Smart Card” encryption
Has one LNB In port for reception from a fourth orbital location.
Has three DISH Pro Plus-capable receiver outputs – may be connected to a dual-tuner receiver with a DPP separator for a single-cable connection.
Please check below to see if your city has been turned on for the 1000.2 programming, otherwise you may not get all your channels
Eastern Arc will simulcast HD and SD locals, HD and SD core programming, and expanded HD programming at the 61.5 degree, 72.7 degree, and 77 degree orbital locations
New DISH Pro Plus 1000.2 LNBF
Capability to see all three Eastern Arc orbital locations (61.5 degrees, 72.7 degrees, and 77 degrees). Has three DISH Pro Plus-capable receiver outputs – may be connected to a dual-tuner receiver with a DPP separator for a single-cable connection. Has one LNB In port for reception from a fourth orbital location.
Eastern Arc will simulcast HD and SD locals, HD and SD core programming, and expanded HD programming at the 61.5 degrees, 72.7 degrees, and 77 degrees orbital locations
New York, NY
New HD Eastern Arc customers wanting International programming broadcast from 118.7 degrees will be installed with both a DISH 1000.2 and a DISH 500+ antenna (with only the 118.7 degrees feed connected on the DISH 500+).
Eastern Arc Equipment
With Eastern Arc adding two more orbital locations (72.7 degrees and 77 degrees) to DISH Network’s satellite constellation, new Eastern Arc subscribers will need specific equipment to see all three Eastern Arc orbital locations (61.5 degrees / 72.7 degrees / 77 degrees).
Eastern Arc-compatible receivers must be MPEG-4 (models listed below) and must have the new G3 “Smart Card” encryption.
Product Reviews for DISH Network Eastern Arc LNB for Satellites 61.5 72.7 and 77 (157092)
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Recent Review: rdavidd - Ithaca, NY - 6/17/2014 Excellent if you modify the install instructions
Excellent if you modify the install instructions rdavidd - Ithaca, NY - 6/17/2014 12:48:12 PM The official DishNetwork "Installation Instructions" 2452207 in general are very good, except I found I could not make it work if I made the initial tuning for 72. Also, they show three wires coming off the LNB, however, you do not need to run three wires from the LNB to your receiver, only one --- but they do not tell you that, nor the fact that it makes no difference which LNB port you use to attach your one wire. Second, they tell you to use a peaking meter and do a set up for satellite 72 ----- well I don';t have a peaking meter and no matter how I tried, even though I got a strong signal on 72, when I then did the "Check Switch" step I never was able to get a signal for 77 or 61.5 (even after multiple tries; with my one wire attached to the 72 port of the LNB). But when I did my initial setup for 61.5 (with my one wire on the 61.5 port of the LNB -and- with aluminum foil over the 72 & 77 heads of the LNB); then after adjusting for maximum signal for 61.5, when I removed the aluminum foil and did the “Check Switch” step, both 72 and 77 also came in strongly. However, in my case whereas the tables for my zip code said to use 183 degrees for setting up for 72, I found I needed to use 186 degrees for 61.5 ---- I agree that setup for skew is not critical ---- after fine tuning elevation and azimuth, then adjusting skew by even huge amounts (like 15-20 degrees) made no difference in signal strength.
LNBF does well alf - Neweburg, rg Pa. - 3/5/2013 This is one of the newer lnbfs. If mounting it on dish without moving dishcan be awkward installing
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