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tonguedv

Regular Member
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My Satellite Setup
Motorised Triax 88 Dish, DP6600 VBox, Dreambox 7020S with 200gb hd, Linksys Router WRT54GS & Linksys Bridge WET54G. ADSL Internet.
My Location
Aberdeen, Scotland
#1
Do they advertise their stuff on clear channels to tell you that you need cards to see their encoded channels? How will I ever find out if I want to become a subscriber to a coded channel?

I know, I'm so new arent I :D
 

jimbo

Specialist Contributor
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My Satellite Setup
Sky HD, TM6800HD, Manhattan Plaza ST550 and TM1500 CI+. 1.0m dish and 36v motor, Panasonic DVD HDD recorder and Panasonic video/DVD recorder. Sony G800 HD TV stand/surround system + Sony KDL40W2000. Infinity USB, Elvis, CAS1, CAS2.
My Location
Greater London
#2
Hi tonguedv

In fact that's exactly what they do. Advertise on clear channels or on an encrypted channel in a clear period designed for the purpose of advertising.


I was new once. :-csmile
 

tonguedv

Regular Member
Messages
72
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My Satellite Setup
Motorised Triax 88 Dish, DP6600 VBox, Dreambox 7020S with 200gb hd, Linksys Router WRT54GS & Linksys Bridge WET54G. ADSL Internet.
My Location
Aberdeen, Scotland
#3
Thanks Jimbo!

Dave
 

gameboy

Ding Dang Doo
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My Satellite Setup
DreamBox 7000s - Nokia Freeview - Several GameBoys - DS Lite - ZX81 - SNES - N64 - Saturn - Dreamcast - PlayStation - PS2 - Gamecube - PSP - iPod - iPhone - XBox - PS3 - Wii - iPad - No Life!
My Location
Scotland
#4
You can also check the Lyngsat web site - they list all satellites/channels and providers - telling you what ones are encrypted and what encryption they use...

_http://www.lyngsat.com/