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Anonymous
May 11, 2004 5:59:11 AM

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OK, I have only recently heard about the Blackbird Satellite receivers,
and from what I have read, it is what I have been looking for. However,
before I send off almost $400 of my hard earned money for one, can
anyone tell me of their or of a "friend's" experience? I thank you so
much in advance!
--Jim
Anonymous
May 12, 2004 5:04:44 AM

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A $100 FTA mpeg2 receiver with $300 pirate software that has been hit
already. At least the FTA part will always work.
Mike

rollee wrote:
>
> OK, I have only recently heard about the Blackbird Satellite receivers,
> and from what I have read, it is what I have been looking for. However,
> before I send off almost $400 of my hard earned money for one, can
> anyone tell me of their or of a "friend's" experience? I thank you so
> much in advance!
> --Jim
Anonymous
May 12, 2004 5:04:45 AM

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"steelblu"@neo.rr.com wrote:

> A $100 FTA mpeg2 receiver with $300 pirate software that has been hit
> already. At least the FTA part will always work.
> Mike
> rollee wrote:
> > OK, I have only recently heard about the Blackbird Satellite receivers,
> > and from what I have read, it is what I have been looking for. However,
> > before I send off almost $400 of my hard earned money for one, can
> > anyone tell me of their or of a "friend's" experience? I thank you so
> > much in advance!
> > --Jim

Hi and thanks for responding. However, forgive my ignorance, but what are
you talking about? What is FTA? thanks!
--JIm
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Anonymous
May 12, 2004 5:04:45 AM

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"steelblu"@neo.rr.com wrote:

> A $100 FTA mpeg2 receiver with $300 pirate software that has been hit
> already. At least the FTA part will always work.
> Mike
> rollee wrote:
> > OK, I have only recently heard about the Blackbird Satellite receivers,
> > and from what I have read, it is what I have been looking for. However,
> > before I send off almost $400 of my hard earned money for one, can
> > anyone tell me of their or of a "friend's" experience? I thank you so
> > much in advance!
> > --Jim

Hi and thanks for responding. However, forgive my ignorance, but what are
you talking about? What is FTA? thanks!
--JIm
Anonymous
May 12, 2004 6:22:02 PM

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FTA free to air. Mpeg2 FTA receives unencrypted digital chs on C and
Ku band satellites. They are compatible with DSS {not DTV or 4DTV} and
pick up some free stuff. Blackbird is a cheap FTA mpeg2 with a program
that will unlock nagravision encryption.
Mike

rollee wrote:
>
> "steelblu"@neo.rr.com wrote:
>
> > A $100 FTA mpeg2 receiver with $300 pirate software that has been hit
> > already. At least the FTA part will always work.
> > Mike
> > rollee wrote:
> > > OK, I have only recently heard about the Blackbird Satellite receivers,
> > > and from what I have read, it is what I have been looking for. However,
> > > before I send off almost $400 of my hard earned money for one, can
> > > anyone tell me of their or of a "friend's" experience? I thank you so
> > > much in advance!
> > > --Jim
>
> Hi and thanks for responding. However, forgive my ignorance, but what are
> you talking about? What is FTA? thanks!
> --JIm
Anonymous
May 19, 2004 9:37:51 PM

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the system does work worth the money but you need to have some sort of
willingness to learn and search to get the best out of it
!