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8 Way DIRECTV zinwell multiswitch HD 6x8 or (MS6X8WB-Z)
It is a DIRECTV approved multiswitch designed for DIRECTV HD. This multiswitch is capable of giving you up to 8 outputs that allow you to add additional receiver. The DIRECTV multiswitch is great for adding DVR's. Don't get stock receiving programming on just 2 or 4 receivers.
Use this new WB68, MS6X8WB-Z Multiswitch with the new SlimLine or the AT9 5 LNB DirecTV Satellite Dish.
The WB68, MS6X8WB-Z Multiswitch Uses all four outputs from the Slimeline DISH, plus optional inputs from up to two additional dishes.
The WB68, MS6X8WB-Z Multiswitch Provides a total of eight outputs
This WB68, MS6X8WB-Z Multiswitch uses MPEG-4/HD technology.
This DIRECTV Multiswitch has Excellent Isolation.
The WB68, MS6X8WB-Z Multiswitch is a passive multiswitch powered only by the connected satellite receivers.
The WB68, MS6X8WB-Z Multiswitch has a Wideband frequency multiswitch: 250-750 Mhz, 950-1450 Mhz, 1650-2150 Mhz
This DIRECTV Multiswitch is waterproof, Guaranteed.
Light Weight Design Multiswitch.
This DIRECTV Multiswitch has a Wide Band Frequency KU KA Phase 3.
Works with all DIRECTV Receivers and Disches.
A multiswitch is a device used with a quattro LNB to distribute satellite TV signals to multiple (usually more than four) receivers from a single dish and LNB.
A typical KU band universal LNB can be switched between four modes (two frequency ranges and two polarisations) selected by signals from the receiver (supply voltage for polarisation and presence or absence of a 22KHz tone for frequency range). This means that each receiver needs a separate feed and twin-tuner receivers (such as sky+ and freesat+) need two separate feeds. For small numbers of receivers a multi-output LNB is used and all the feeds are taken straight from the LNB but there is a limit to the number of outputs that can reasonably be placed on a LNB.