The issue is the shared LNB on the dish I think. So there is an intermediate stage on the base of the dish that then remodulates stuff for the boxes.
Yeah, but you said I'd need a different set top box. How is it different?
To cut a long story short you need a specific MDU (multiple dwelling unit) setup installed.
When you say setup, what do you mean?
My questions is still whether my current
Sky+ box that requires two feeds would work if the device in the link was installed?
You first said it must be CSS compatible, then you say it must be a specific MDU setup. Forgive my confusion but I just want to know if the box i have will work if the building management installed the device. What I also need to know is if that device is just installed at the dish and means that the existing drop leads and single sockets in each apartment are sufficient. If all this is yes, how does the single feed from the socket on my wall connect to the box?
If we are all going to have to buy new Sky+ boxes then there is no point persuing this.