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sky or virgin

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by davidmc8, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. davidmc8

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    hi i am looking into getting sky or virgin whihc one on these is better as i am wanting to know if any of these can be chipped etc for free channels i remember ntl used to be
     
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    sky is better but not free,on cable look into the kryptview a780
     
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    go the sky route,
    its cheaper and reliable service + u get HD channels.

    cheapest sky option i think is the Openbox 11 HD £60, then u search for a reliable sub, try google for sub and ebay for openbox.
     
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    Hi can u tell me more in this as I am either still very hung over or that did t make sense lol
     
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    what else u want to kbow m8? :)

    to go the sky route, u will need;

    1: a normal sky dish, if u already have 1 then that will do just fine (no subs required with sky)
    2: a set top box, like a Openbox HD 11
    3: a SUB, some also call it a c/line, this is required to get all encrypted channels
    4: internet connection to your set top box, from your router.
     
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    a sub/cline ya will need to google for more info and where to get them,
     
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    Sounds brilliant that I'll defo look into that what channels u get etc do u know
     
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    that may depend on what your supplier gives you
     
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    Yip, so when you google and get more info you will see who does what and for how much.
     

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