No -- they had to change the ends that plug into the hopper and from the dish to the wiring outside - the thing that it all plugs into - this was not originally done for my initial install - thus 22 months of problems - Updates may or may not happen - tuners kept going out -- Joey would lose sound controls or even the TV settings on the remote -- all because of connectors not being changed out from the beginning to the hopper -- and every time it would rain we would lose signal because of this believe it or not -- and trying to get dish to listen that the install was not done properly -- is like pulling the tusks off an elephant with your hands
The last tech told me the silver connectors are no longer valid for the hopper - it's a different one so they fit better
Ya, Hopper and Hopper 3 uses different cabling as well. If the Hopper is connected well using RG6, you could connect the Joeys via LAN CAT6 to the Hopper or even wireless with the Joey(s). How my system works. Works great.