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OK I'm in great need for a 4d920 or 922 with the new maps,if any one sees one Please let me/stevie know,I have 2 920s none have them one did at one time but like a stupid idiot I re.set unitπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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If it were me I would be looking to get one of the low in price commercial Motorola receivers. No remote control and has a learning curve but it has more possible modes of operation. Several on E Bay all the time. No need to  worry about maps or the reset button on them.
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What model number should I be looking at,thanks Bob that is all I need?...I see there are 4 models DSR6050,4500,4400,4000,I may try one of those but don't know what one any ideas?.....Thanks you great people for any help,Steve
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I would avoid the straight 4500 model as it has an attitude problem. I like the 44XX MD series units. If you can get a commercial unit with a good battery and ID number then you can also receive signals which are in combo mode modulation. No remote and a real learning curve to get through. All this stuff is getting old so a good battery can still be an issue. Or I would look for a 922 but not the older and more issue prone 920 units. But be warned a commercial unit "requires one" to learn how to use the unit. If you are unwilling to learn how to load maps then a commercial unit may be "to much" to learn also.
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If it were me I would be looking to get one of the low in price commercial Motorola receivers. No remote control and has a learning curve but it has more possible modes of operation. Several on E Bay all the time. No need to  worry about maps or the reset button on them.
boblop is spot on steve!

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What model number should I be looking at,thanks Bob that is all I need?...I see there are 4 models DSR6050,4500,4400,4000,I may try one of those but don't know what one any ideas?.....Thanks you great people for any help,Steve
I will be selling my Dsr 4410 in the next month or so . Im looking to up grade. Prices still way up there, but looking hard . The higher the # prettey much the higher the price in most cases. Im going for a DSR 6050 or +^ (:-$)

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Steve : i sent you a pm so get on it!!?
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Hay people I was looking at the DSR 4400MD and 4500x would one of those work for me no remote no big deal I have bran πŸ˜ƒ?....THANKS
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Hay people I was looking at the DSR 4400MD and 4500x would one of those work for me no remote no big deal I have bran Γ°ί˜Βƒ?....THANKS
dont do the 4500x , the 4400md Is good to go.

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Do you need a DSR to:
1. Watch DC2 FP/ZK 
2. Move your dish
3. Both the above

If your answer is either 2 or 3, then a commercial receiver is not what you need.
If your answer is 1, then definitely get a commercial DSR.  Actually digitrans white labeled DTE (DTE-7100) models, which are just as capable as their DSR counterparts.
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I'm guessing the all DCII and DCII megapipe feeds will be gone in the next couple of years.
Everyone is switching to DVB-S2.
Whatever DCII receiver you get will receive fewer and fewer channels in the future.
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