Recommendations for CI+ certified receivers?

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Hi, I have been using a Fortec Star Passion+ receiver with a Certified Skylink CI+ cam and Skylink Irdeto card to receive Slovak TV channels. However my Passion+ seems to have now died!

Does anyone have any recommendations for a replacement box? We don't need anything fancy, just want to receive the channels.

Thanks for any advice

Adam
 

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Technically, the PCMCIA module is a CSlink device, and almost any receiver under three years old will work with it. Neotion do the testing at their French office.
 

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Thanks for your reply. The tricky part is identifying those models that are that new and support this module. The specifications online always seem somewhat brief.
 

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It's probably better to ask which receiver would you like in the installation and then eliminate non compatible ones
 

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I saw that they have an Icecrypt S3000HDCCI+ in Maplins, which claims to be CI+... any ideas if this has the correct spec?
 
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