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    Does anybody have any experience of using the Silver Bullet Enforcer or any other receiver unit for getting free-to-air satellite TV in the Dominican Republic? If so would you be prepared to share that experience? Direct TV satellite access requires pointing your dish towards the southern skies (perhaps more accurately south-westish) is it a similar line of direction for the DishNet satellite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pfh3737
    Does anybody have any experience of using the Silver Bullet Enforcer or any other receiver unit for getting free-to-air satellite TV in the Dominican Republic? If so would you be prepared to share that experience? Direct TV satellite access requires pointing your dish towards the southern skies (perhaps more accurately south-westish) is it a similar line of direction for the DishNet satellite?
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    You cannot use DirecTV with the ENFORCER. Rather, you can connect up to 4 different LNBs to a 4-way switch (included) and one output to the receiver. ENFORCER will understand each individual LNB signal, and download all the channels for that satellite. For instance, if one LNB were pointing as Dish Network, you would set up LNB 1 to download all 300 DishNet stations (PPV, sports, everything). This would populate channels 1 - 300 on the system.

    If LNB 2 were pointing at another satellite company, you would then be able to set up LNB 2 to download channels 301 - 600. This can continue for up to 4 different satellite signals. Potentially, with enough dishes, you could flip from channels 1 - 1200, without missing any stations!!

    Although you cannot get DirecTV, you can use your existing DirecTV dish on your house, and the LNB, as long as you properly re-point the dish to another satellite, such as Dish Network.

    It's that easy!

    Imagine, 1200 stations, no programming cards, no hashing, no blacklisting, and no fear of the dreaded DirecTV "letter". All you need is to enter public keys in the ENFORCER to open all channels wide open in Dish Network. These keys rotate every few months, or longer. We will post them to our site within a few hours of changing, and entering them in the system takes about 1 minute.
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