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    Quote Originally Posted by ymt View Post
    I use the mti on a 5.2 meter prime focus dish. The head of the lnb is cut off. The lnb originally is for offset dishes so to use it on a prime focus dish, modify it. Staddos is your dish offset or prime focus. Have you tried the black ultra? You say the mti is the lnb sitting on your dish now meaning that is the best you have. If another lnb has beaten it let us know.
    ymt my dish is a prime focus dish as it is very difficult to get big offset dish in west Africa. I have black ultra and the mti but my problem is how you modified yours that is why I would have loved to see pictures of your modified mti. I did modiffy the mti quad by cutting off the head and used super glue to attach a scalar ring of a fuji star gold lnb to it. I want to know if thats what you did or you just cut the head off and attach no scalar rings/feedhorn to it? I have mti ap82-xt2n that I want to modify but I wait for your answer or picture before I do that.

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    Yh I did same before but now I cut the head of the mti and don't attach the fuji head to it becos that has given me more signal. But whether or not to use the fuji head after cutting the mti will depend on which option works better for you. I tried attaching pix but it's not working. What is your dish type and which European and middle east satellites do you pick.

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    ymt
    there Is another 70 dB gain lnb on the market - BEST HG series - It Is much cheaper than MTI
    did you try It against your favorite MTI
    can you post some pics from your moded MTI

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    guys im thinking of changing my Inverto black twin LNB

    I need a triple LNB but after searching maybe only Quad LNB's are available, do i just seal off the 4th LNB sonnection?

    was looking advice whether i should stick to the Inverto black or try a smart titanium, thomson, Philex, Icecrypt or Maclean for best results ?

    set up 1.1 metre diseq motorised
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    J, hard to beat the Inverto Black Ultra High Gain lnb, i have a fella set up with the twin of this version not far from you on a 1.1 and all the popular sats are coming in no problem. Nearly sure there`s a quad output as well.

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    The Inverto Black Ultra is very popular.
    I use a twin output myself & have found it to be excellent.
    If you just want 3 outputs then get a quad & simply blank off one of the connections.

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    thanks Roy & Amdaley yes the Quad are available

    seems like the Quattro is not as reliable
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    Quatro Lnb is a completely different beast. A Quad Lnb, delivers 4 similar outputs on all connections,
    a Quatro Lnb provides for High and Low band switching, plus H & V polarities. They are not interchangeable.
    As previous advise, just cap off the spare output.

    regards mobley 2

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    and which is now the best of these two different LNB with feedhorn
    Invacom Feedhorn with quad?
    Inverto or Invacom C120 LNB?

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    there are too many posts now added that are not relevant , i will edit this topic tomorrow.

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    for me this is important
    I just bought a dish of 1.80m
    and would surely like to know which LNB is best

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    The best option , start a new topic state dish make / model .

    This one i started years ago 2011 based on a channel master 1.2.

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