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We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components will
allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
transmissions around the world.

All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....

Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
 
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On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:56:30 -0400, "DVB-Card.com"
<newsgroups@dvb-card.com> wrote:

>We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components will
>allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
>transmissions around the world.
>
>All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....
>
>Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
>

That vendor is selling pirate DVB receivers to tohe intent onstealing
Nagra encrypted channels.

The truth is that the Pansat 2500 and its Fortec cousin don't have
Nagra security, just hacked firmware to steal nagra encrypted
programming.
 
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so that's why a lot of Ebay sellers are advertising the Pansat 2500 and
Fortecs as "blackbird" receivers,eh?

"Gary Tait" <classicsat@yahoo.cominvalid> wrote in message
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> On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:56:30 -0400, "DVB-Card.com"
> <newsgroups@dvb-card.com> wrote:
>
> >We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components
will
> >allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
> >transmissions around the world.
> >
> >All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....
> >
> >Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
> >
>
> That vendor is selling pirate DVB receivers to tohe intent onstealing
> Nagra encrypted channels.
>
> The truth is that the Pansat 2500 and its Fortec cousin don't have
> Nagra security, just hacked firmware to steal nagra encrypted
> programming.


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On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 19:24:50 -0400, Gary Tait
<classicsat@yahoo.cominvalid> wrote:

>On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:56:30 -0400, "DVB-Card.com"
><newsgroups@dvb-card.com> wrote:
>
>>We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components will
>>allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
>>transmissions around the world.
>>
>>All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....
>>
>>Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
>>
>
>That vendor is selling pirate DVB receivers to tohe intent onstealing
>Nagra encrypted channels.

For a rip off price too!!

>
>The truth is that the Pansat 2500 and its Fortec cousin don't have
>Nagra security, just hacked firmware to steal nagra encrypted
>programming.


They sure do, and do it well!

The best part of this deal is the 2500 and ULTRA are awesome
receivers. When Nagra2 hits in a few months, the freeTV'rs will regard
them as an old F, H or HU card. In other words, worthless.
I for one can't wait to have twenty or so 2500's on my rack!!
 
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Isn't Nagra what Dish uses and didn't they change cards a year or so
ago? Was that Nagra 2? Are they backward compatable since they
didn't replace existing cards? Will they replace all cards if
"Nagra2" is implemented?
bumblebee

On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 00:54:07 -0400, kryppy <kryppy@.> wrote:

>On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 19:24:50 -0400, Gary Tait
><classicsat@yahoo.cominvalid> wrote:
>
>>On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:56:30 -0400, "DVB-Card.com"
>><newsgroups@dvb-card.com> wrote:
>>
>>>We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components will
>>>allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
>>>transmissions around the world.
>>>
>>>All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....
>>>
>>>Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
>>>
>>
>>That vendor is selling pirate DVB receivers to tohe intent onstealing
>>Nagra encrypted channels.
>
>For a rip off price too!!
>
>>
>>The truth is that the Pansat 2500 and its Fortec cousin don't have
>>Nagra security, just hacked firmware to steal nagra encrypted
>>programming.
>
>
>They sure do, and do it well!
>
>The best part of this deal is the 2500 and ULTRA are awesome
>receivers. When Nagra2 hits in a few months, the freeTV'rs will regard
>them as an old F, H or HU card. In other words, worthless.
>I for one can't wait to have twenty or so 2500's on my rack!!
>
>
 
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On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 10:08:59 -0600, bumblebee
<crystalvideo@starband.net> wrote:

>Isn't Nagra what Dish uses and didn't they change cards a year or so
>ago? Was that Nagra 2? Are they backward compatable since they
>didn't replace existing cards? Will they replace all cards if
>"Nagra2" is implemented?
>bumblebee
>

Yes, Dish (and ExpressVu) use Nagra. Neither have implemented a major
card swap that I am aware of. Both providers are issuing the N2 cards
with new receivers and built in tothe "cardless" units. They are dual
transmitting N1 and N2 streams right now, I don't think the N2 card
has backward compatability with the N1 stream.


>On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 00:54:07 -0400, kryppy <kryppy@.> wrote:
>
>>On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 19:24:50 -0400, Gary Tait
>><classicsat@yahoo.cominvalid> wrote:
>>
>>>On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:56:30 -0400, "DVB-Card.com"
>>><newsgroups@dvb-card.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components will
>>>>allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
>>>>transmissions around the world.
>>>>
>>>>All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....
>>>>
>>>>Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
>>>>
>>>
>>>That vendor is selling pirate DVB receivers to tohe intent onstealing
>>>Nagra encrypted channels.
>>
>>For a rip off price too!!
>>
>>>
>>>The truth is that the Pansat 2500 and its Fortec cousin don't have
>>>Nagra security, just hacked firmware to steal nagra encrypted
>>>programming.
>>
>>
>>They sure do, and do it well!
>>
>>The best part of this deal is the 2500 and ULTRA are awesome
>>receivers. When Nagra2 hits in a few months, the freeTV'rs will regard
>>them as an old F, H or HU card. In other words, worthless.
>>I for one can't wait to have twenty or so 2500's on my rack!!
>>
>>
 
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On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 10:08:59 -0600, bumblebee
<crystalvideo@starband.net> wrote:

>Isn't Nagra what Dish uses and didn't they change cards a year or so
>ago? Was that Nagra 2? Are they backward compatable since they
>didn't replace existing cards? Will they replace all cards if
>"Nagra2" is implemented?
>bumblebee

Rest assured it will be over in four months.


>On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 00:54:07 -0400, kryppy <kryppy@.> wrote:
>
>>On Wed, 04 Aug 2004 19:24:50 -0400, Gary Tait
>><classicsat@yahoo.cominvalid> wrote:
>>
>>>On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 14:56:30 -0400, "DVB-Card.com"
>>><newsgroups@dvb-card.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>>We supply DVB PCI cards and DVB receivers. These satellite components will
>>>>allow you to receive free to air satellite signals from many satellite
>>>>transmissions around the world.
>>>>
>>>>All M.O. and Paypal purchases include shipping....
>>>>
>>>>Come have a look www.dvb-card.com
>>>>
>>>
>>>That vendor is selling pirate DVB receivers to tohe intent onstealing
>>>Nagra encrypted channels.
>>
>>For a rip off price too!!
>>
>>>
>>>The truth is that the Pansat 2500 and its Fortec cousin don't have
>>>Nagra security, just hacked firmware to steal nagra encrypted
>>>programming.
>>
>>
>>They sure do, and do it well!
>>
>>The best part of this deal is the 2500 and ULTRA are awesome
>>receivers. When Nagra2 hits in a few months, the freeTV'rs will regard
>>them as an old F, H or HU card. In other words, worthless.
>>I for one can't wait to have twenty or so 2500's on my rack!!
>>
>>
 
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