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What replaces an analog receiver?

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Anonymous
July 1, 2004 3:16:22 PM

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In our current system, we have an anolog receiver, and an FTA receiver. The
analog receiver is starting to fail, but I can't seem to find any equivalents on
the market. Does anybody still manufacture analog equipment with videocipher II?

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Anonymous
July 2, 2004 7:34:12 PM

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CWCunningham wrote:
4dtv 922 is analog/digicypher mpeg2/videocypher all in one {sorry
mpeg2 FTA will still be separate}. NPS is running a special $399 +
HBO/Cinemax $199 + shipping.

http://www.skyvision.com still sells new analog but $$$'s
http://www.satmart.com cheaper but lack real support
mechtech@evansville.net has new and used. great support.

Mike





>
> In our current system, we have an anolog receiver, and an FTA receiver. The
> analog receiver is starting to fail, but I can't seem to find any equivalents on
> the market. Does anybody still manufacture analog equipment with videocipher II?
>
> --
> CWC
> ============================
> It's not that nice guys finish last,
> They have a whole different notion
> where the finish line is.
> ============================
Anonymous
July 6, 2004 10:54:20 AM

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From GI/Motorola
4DTV
450i

see them at www.sattvrepair.com

HS

"CWCunningham" <charlesw-at-blackfoot.net> wrote in message
news:cc1got0280t@enews4.newsguy.com...
> In our current system, we have an anolog receiver, and an FTA receiver.
The
> analog receiver is starting to fail, but I can't seem to find any
equivalents on
> the market. Does anybody still manufacture analog equipment with
videocipher II?
>
> --
> CWC
> ============================
> It's not that nice guys finish last,
> They have a whole different notion
> where the finish line is.
> ============================
>
>
Anonymous
July 8, 2004 1:31:32 AM

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Thanks to all for the answers, I had seen these units, but it never clicked that
they were analog.

--
CWC
============================
It's not that nice guys finish last,
They have a whole different notion
where the finish line is.
============================
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