i am too much agree
but mpeg4/HDTV reception is new thing for me, realy wana test some pc hardware/stb /tv who supports these features.
nothing is fun anymore in the sat industry. who agrees ?
when codes were available for GOOD channels, every1 had been learning how to copy and how to use codes. all the fun has gone. card sharing is not so successful outside of europe....so everything is boring. who agrees ? who doesnt ?
I'm at the consumer end of the piracy business (aka I just get the latest softcam, s2emu). You ppl are forgetting the most important thing- piracy is not about all that technical stuff, encryptions and hacking and hours of browsing piracy forums on the internet, no, you got it all wrong- piracy is about hours of siting on the sofa every day and enjoying quality television and feeling smarter then everyone else since you get em for free.
there seems to be more fun in the computer industry than sat industry, while sat industry is still on computer industry, including the internet.
so things are actually getting easier than b4, and thats where the fun dissapears.
about HDTV - mpg4 please go ahead and we follow to learn all that comes new. wonder whether yours was a statement or question. whatever you go ahead on we'll always back you and try to improve.
TRUE THE SAT INDUSTRY IS RATHER BORING, NOTHING NEW AND GOOD REALLY HITS THE MARKET.
Dstv HD PVR
i agree totally, but i am sure there will always be loop holes enbling people to crack the channels
80cm dish facing hotbird
mini-dish facing astra 28e
pace sky reciever
to watch hdtv all you need is progdvb with hdtv pumpHDTV channels are very very few at the moment and to watch them we need specific hardware (stb and tv)
Unfortunatly you are correct, Services are diminishing at an alarming rate, be it by advanced encryption systems, or simply services ending.
While most of the world has the advantage of a large number of satellites, to obtain there programming from, we in Australia are forever searching for more channels. Ay the present time , C-band coverage from arround 83 degree's east over to 180 degrees east, would have less then 25 channels with english audio, which are FTA.. Ku services are all but none existant, with a small number on Optus B3, and a few more on Optus B1
regards from OZ bassett
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