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    Default Hightech receiver, open all encrypted channels in the world


    i'v heared that this reciever open all encrypted channels on hotbird, nilesat ,arabsat and astra............>
    it uses a special LNB to get card data from W3 sat.it simply depends on sharing but through satellites not internet>
    anybody can confirm? and if true what its price would be>
    Thanks for all.

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    Haaaaaaaaaaai,

    Yes, It is working fine (Hotbird$nilesat scrambled channels)

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    yes its true,

    channels from hotbird 13e and sharing from eutelsat w6.
    this receiver have 2 lnb inputs and two out.

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    HI friends,

    Can u share some more information on this receiver ? any website link or notes and the price pls.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shvan
    i'v heared that this reciever open all encrypted channels on hotbird, nilesat ,arabsat and astra............>
    it uses a special LNB to get card data from W3 sat.it simply depends on sharing but through satellites not internet>
    anybody can confirm? and if true what its price would be>
    Thanks for all.
    Ya,It is true.You can depend Hitech or WorldBox.Worldbox is having better support than hitech[World box Black is better].

    It costs around 250$ in middle east market.

    websites:

    worldbox: www.worldbox8.com
    hitech and worldbox: www.pinosat.com

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    Sorry Mr. koovery but now it cost 150$ you sill get more then you can imaging ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamoox
    Sorry Mr. koovery but now it cost 150$ you sill get more then you can imaging ...
    Thanks for information Please tell me is this set available in Kuwait

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    thank u guys.
    just one more question:are there any guarantees that the support for this STB through satellite sharing will not stop? or i'll have to depend on my luck?.
    Thanks again.

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    It costs around 250$ in middle east market.

    websites:

    worldbox: www.worldbox8.com
    hitech and worldbox: www.pinosat.com

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    Both these sites not working properly....worldbox is failing for registration and while clicking on software worldbox black it coming '404 not found'...
    pinosat site is not even loading ( checking some config or something instead of loading site )
    Love to explore new informations. Share and take.

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    hi

    anoyone know that how long will it work? is it guaranteed ? if someone abuy hitech or worldbox and after 1 month all channels disppear , what shall he/she do?

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    Does hitech Z1,belongs to the said family,and where to update?
    Abdur-Rehman Dawar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawar098 View Post
    Does hitech Z1,belongs to the said family,and where to update?

    I think it's same with Angelbox software.
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    This is not a new news, beafore its open from Pas 7/10 multichoice but now not available ,we are waiting for Orbit ......." Hamoox please, u r grate "
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