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    Default Wich Humax,Starsat STB Good for TPS and ABsat (AES).....


    Wich Humax STB Good for TPS and ABsat (AES).....

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    Wich Starsat STB is good...(daily Software Update)..

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    Now all stb same, only for a weak after change the software. Humax 5400,5400z,5410,and startrack,starsat,metabox so and so .....
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    Default Strong Receivers are good


    Strong 4620 ii, 4640 , 4820 ii or sky x or sky x-5 or hivion 9090x
    These all receivers are cheaper the humax and starsat, all so upgrade software available easily

 

 

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