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Been away for a while

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by darkshadowhawk, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. darkshadowhawk

    darkshadowhawk Member

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    Hello, I've been away for a while, I used to use a Starview 3 back in the day when you could just plug in, scan and watch tv, then update every once in a while, until virgin media changed their encryption to Nagra 3 or something then I just stopped using it. I've been reading the forums and people are using a lot of terminology I don't quite understand. Could anyone explain what the options are now as far as getting digital tv goes and what boxes are available. Thanks
     
  2. MICKAH

    MICKAH Active member

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    I think you better off reading some posts as this has been covered to death, a quick simple tip, going cable? Stay away from any Starview / euroview product, go with a Kryptview buy a box its free to use, Starview you have to keep paying and they are rip of merchants, thats about it for cable, for sat? a blade, an openbox etc, but you need to catch up in terms of boxs and use the search function above to search for posts on the boxs I mention.
     
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    also new boxes be it cable or sat need to be hooked up to the tinternet for premium channels to be cleared
     
  4. 2dogsfighting71

    2dogsfighting71 Regular member

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    Also worth mentioning that there's loads of things you can watch online.

    Live sports. Films. Or live streams of regular channels.
     

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