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Of the three or 4 CM dishes I've owned, I don't think any of them had an original feed made by CM. I think one or two of them had JRE feeds.  Can't remember the others, but I'm pretty sure they weren't made by CM.


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All of the round CM dishes I've had came with these single or ortho feeds. They are for 11.7-12.2 ghz only, I've only seen in pictures different ones they sold that have a larger diameter scalar which are for 10.7-12.75. In the case of the ortho it's for 2 typical WR-75 flange LNBs. On the single you can just remove the WR-75 adapter and then it is C120 flange so use any of the Invacom or similar C120 LNBs. Of course you have to lose the weather housing to use those.

I just always figured using a generic LNBF would come with a performance penalty compared to the original feed.

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O, I see what kind of feedhorns do you mean. I have box of similar ones, but because of the fact that LNBs attached to them not full range (even they are made in Japan), I was reluctant to use them. IMG_20170405_175022 (Large).jpg 
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