Which USB sat receivers have MIS support ?

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Apart from the TBS5925 which is so expensive are there any other USB sat receivers which have the same options ie CCM, VCM,ACM and Multi Input Stream Support ?
 

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Even if the TBS5925 wasn't so expensive I still wouldn't recommend it! Driver quality is awful (blue screen not unusual!) Supplied TBS software is poor. The TBS5925 also gets hot and like the 6925 (PCI-E version) they tend to develop faults over time and stop working on certain broadcast types. Finally as I found out they have no LNB short-circuit protection...
 

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TBS 5980 (QBox-CI).
Technisat Skystar HD USB (linux only).

Both STV0903BAC based.
 

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Amiko A3 combo (android)
TBS 5925 and 5927 USB
TBS 6903 (for Eumetsat weather decoding on 10 East)
GT Media V8
Octogan SX88+
Octagon SF8008
Koqit K1 mini
Openbox SX6 HD
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Even if the TBS5925 wasn't so expensive I still wouldn't recommend it! Driver quality is awful (blue screen not unusual!) Supplied TBS software is poor. The TBS5925 also gets hot and like the 6925 (PCI-E version) they tend to develop faults over time and stop working on certain broadcast types. Finally as I found out they have no LNB short-circuit protection...

Hmm is it really that bad ? What OS are you using with it ? My Prof 7500 USB never exhibits any of thes problems, it has never let me down but I realize is a bit limited nowadays so wanted to upgrade to a 5925, perhaps I best save my money then
 

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I've just ordered a TBS 5980, i will see how it compares to the skystar card when it arrives.
 

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I've just ordered a TBS 5980, i will see how it compares to the skystar card when it arrives.

Well that was quick, all the way from China in 11 days:),
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How much did this cost? I am interested in the USB sat-card because I can pass-through USB devices to a virtual Windows environment under Mac. Something I cannot do with PCIe cards.
 
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