On Saturday 02 August 2008 16:22, Michael Watterson wrote:
> There is no CAM for Sky...
I won't be using Sky at all. Hotbird is my sat fo choice, and it has some
Viaccess encrypted channels I'd like to get.
> A 80 Euro TV and 40 Euro sat box gives a better TV picture than ANY
> computer monitor as frame rate is correct and no deinterlacing is required.
I do not like CRT. And I believe it may be a health hazard for the young
> Using PC of course doesn't remove need for TV licence.
I did know that :)
> I'd go for separate DVB-s2 or DVB-s and DVB-t cards. Unless you very
> short of slots.
My big issue is which particular models of cards to get for a Linux box.
Yours, Mikhail Ramendik
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