To receive satellite signals, you need an LNB (Low-Noise Block Downconverter). The LNB picks up all the signals coming to the satellite dish and filters out selected frequencies and amplifies the frequencies you need. It then sends the required frequencies down the cable to the satellite receiver.
DishTV KU Band LNB with 10750 L.O. frequency.
This 10750 LNB is more often used for Sky receivers or for specific satellites that require a 10750 or lower LNB L.O. frequency. It has the same neck size as our other Ku Band LNBs of 40mm.
The 11300 LNB is more commonly used in Freeview installations, but our satellite receivers will also work fine with a 10750 LNB.
Please note that this LNB will not fit directly onto a newer Sky dish as the LNB mount on that dish is for an LNB with a smaller neck size. To fit this LNB you will need to also purchase a replacement LNB holder here.