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    Will Dreamlink T5 works with DL100 8PSK module to receive HD channels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by syabus View Post
    Will Dreamlink T5 works with DL100 8PSK module to receive HD channels?
    thats the purpose of the module

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    I saw many of the Dreamlink T5 installed with the DL200 8PSK module rather than DL100 8PSK module. What is the difference between the two?

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    Quote Originally Posted by syabus View Post
    I saw many of the Dreamlink T5 installed with the DL200 8PSK module rather than DL100 8PSK module. What is the difference between the two?
    the 200 is the newer vision

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    I also wondered. After popping off the tiny heat sink on the turbo modules for my T5 and LB 8000 Premium Plus, they both have the same Broadcom chip. "Satellite Receiver On A Chip". My thoughts are your receiver decodes SD on the main processor. When a turbo channel is received the BC chip comes into action. I popped the heat sink off to put a bigger one on. Run more than 2 LNB's on them and the chip will fry w/o a power inserter to take the load off of them.

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