Analoguesat please read

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Benji

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Heya, i could really doing with having a quick word with you on MSN please as i can't PM you on this forum for some reason. Please can you contact me on MSN Messenger jc0r:-smallmamhotmail.co.uk or email me please when you are online.

Thanks

Ive changed the thread title to make it more representative. Maybe someone with some definite info will chip in with the current situation. A/S
 
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Read it!





Dont use messenger progs so you are stuck on that. You cant pm until you have a minimum number of posts.

PS I (along with the other mods) dont reply to any pm's that are better dealt with on the forum anyway ;)
 
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lol fair enough :)

ok basically i'm asfter the horse racing feeds. you said in a post started by skyscraper that it is possible, just not cheap. Do you know how its done or do you know anyone that does?

Thanks
 
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Well, someone reckons they are now normally encrypted. Dont have any definite info one way or the other, as Im not the faintest bit interested in the gee gees (apart from the Grand National of course) The recent info we have on the forum is contradictory, but if it is encrypted now I would guess you are looking at professional grade equipment / subscriptions at several thousand pounds.
 
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Thanks for your reply.

Yeah, at the moment it is encrypted with Tandberg technology. Sometimes RAS, sometimes BISS, i know this becuase i use a Tandberg TT1260 myself, regardless of what most people say about it just been RAS. More times than not its BISS. There are an aweful lot of scamsters out there that have no idea what they are talking about yet are willing to take your money :)

Tis a tough one this. I can't think what you would need to subscribe to in order to get this.

Thanks for your help anyway :)
 
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Ask your friendly bookie ??
 
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Analoguesat said:
Well, someone reckons they are now normally encrypted. Dont have any definite info one way or the other, as Im not the faintest bit interested in the gee gees (apart from the Grand National of course) The recent info we have on the forum is contradictory, but if it is encrypted now I would guess you are looking at professional grade equipment / subscriptions at several thousand pounds.
Somebody mentioned Geegee??
 

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Its been done ever since it went encrypted. The money they want for it you may as well buy the SIS package




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Somebody mentioned Geegee??
 
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Scandinavian pony/trap feeds are free on Sirius 5E, as well as the German racing service on Astra.
 
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Equadia on Hotbird, the French channel is very good if you like trotting




Channel Hopper said:
Scandinavian pony/trap feeds are free on Sirius 5E, as well as the German racing service on Astra.
 
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