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Shaw Direct DSR605 HD System

The Shaw Direct DSR605 brings the latest & the best features Satellite TV can bring to your Home Entertainment center.

The DSR605 is a single tuner HDTV satellite receiver.

Shaw Direct DSR630

Key features of the DSR605:

  • Brand new design & on-screen user interface
  • Fast channel switching & guide browsing
  • HDMI & optical digital audio connectivity
  • Small and slick black design
  • UHF Remote control that works through walls up to 100ft away

Buy!a Shaw Direct DSR605HD system.

This complete system is only available to new Shaw Direct subscribers. Existing Shaw Direct subscribers who want to purchase a dish & receiver should purchase the dish and receiver separately.

Shaw Direct DSR630 Remote


Inputs Outputs Additional Connectivity
Satellite Inputs 2, 13V/18V/22KHz Powered HDMI Digital HDTV (Video & Audio) eSATA External Hard Drive Port
(for future use)
Frequency Range 950-2150 MHz Component Video Y/Pb/Pr HDTV (Video) Ethernet RJ45 Port
(for future use)
Input Power 12VDC 2.67A Center Positive Composite Video SD Analog Video USB-2 Front Panel Port
(for future use)
UHF Antenna For included UHF Remote Control Digital Audio Optical Digital Audio Serial Port High speed data port
(for future use)
Telephone input Caller ID & IPPV Ordering Analog Audio Stereo outputs    

Shaw Direct DSR630 Back
(rear of model DSR630 shown)

Shaw's xKu LNBF Elliptical Dish

Shaw Direct uses a 60cm (24") elliptical satellite dish with an xKu LNBF. This dish, allows you to catch three satellites at the same time, which gives you access to more SD and HD content!

If you live in a remote area, you may have to use the larger 76cm (30") model, also available.

Please see our Anik F1 footprint for details and visit our installation section for information on how to install this dish!

Shaw Direct Quad LNBF Dish

The Low Noise Block (LNBF)

Exclusive to Shaw Direct, the xKu LNBF allows you to connect up to 4 receivers to a single dish without the need for additional switches (dual tuner receivers require 2 outputs from the xKu LNBF)