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Jim, thanks for the file.  I've just loaded it into my Me and am scanning in channels with my DiSEqC ports 1 thru 4 (C-H, C-V, Ku-H, Ku-V) set-up.  Beautiful job you've done on this!

Much appreciated,

Dick


You are welcome.  Glad I can help.

Jim

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FYI: here are pics of my Bullseye II setup.

I use a multi switch with power inserters to ensure the LNBs get enough power.

For the Octagon, I use LNB1 for C-band and LNB2 for Ku-band.

Note that each LNB has its own RG6 coming into the house, so it makes for a very simple setup where each receiver can access H or V transponders independently.

-Dave

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Dish H/W: 10 foot mesh (KTI) / 24" Venture Ball Screw 819B24CK / Chap Bullseye II  / Norsat 8115/8515 & 4106/4506A / GBOX
Old: Chap Corotor II+ / APC

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I do similar, but with two dishes and modded a WNC 4x8 to output 20 volts on all LNB's without the power inserter. Works great.
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FYI: here are pics of my Bullseye II setup. I use a multi switch with power inserters to ensure the LNBs get enough power. For the Octagon, I use LNB1 for C-band and LNB2 for Ku-band. Note that each LNB has its own RG6 coming into the house, so it makes for a very simple setup where each receiver can access H or V transponders independently. -Dave


Would LNB1 for Cband  22Hz off  & KU 22Hz on work?
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The LNBs are just logical representations.  The sats are separated between C-band and Ku-band, so just use LNB1 for C-band and LNB2 for Ku-band.  I don't think the enigma2 is setup to allow one sat to have both.

Physically, you can still have one feed to one tuner if your switch(es) is(are) setup correctly.

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Dish H/W: 10 foot mesh (KTI) / 24" Venture Ball Screw 819B24CK / Chap Bullseye II  / Norsat 8115/8515 & 4106/4506A / GBOX
Old: Chap Corotor II+ / APC
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