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    V-Box & Sat Receiver - Help please

    Hi,
    Please can someone kindly help. I want to buy a linux receiver, twin tuner, HD, etc, for CS. I have a motorised dish with 36v motor. I'm told I need a v-box.
    Problem is, some say that everytime I want to change satellites I'd need to use the v-box remote, and then choose channel via the receiver remote.
    Others say that if I buy a Mk3 v-box, I would be able to change satellites via the receiver, as long as v-box is connected.
    Can anyone please confirm which is correct.
    Thank you,

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    Re: V-Box & Sat Receiver - Help please

    in a time we can connect it to the receiver; no probleme we can control the motor from this last one through the positionner

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    Re: V-Box & Sat Receiver - Help please

    Quote Originally Posted by el younoussi View Post
    in a time we can connect it to the receiver; no probleme we can control the motor from this last one through the positionner
    Yes, I can confirm I use this way and it works very fine


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