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    hi dvbkey

    dose the chanel brodcast in mpeg2 or 4?

    thank for the info, and what is the reciver cost?

    regards

    aikki

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    this receiver is HDTV receiver you can use it receive other FTA HDTV channel
    CCTV- HD on 4060 V 27500 AsiaSat 4 at 122.2°E

    hmmm
    CCTV on 4060 its on Irrdeto2 encryptet
    http://www.lyngsat.com/asia4.html
    Daeng

    10FT Dish 169° east-49°east

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    Thank you dvbkey.
    Very interesting as HDTV sets are starting to take off strongly in BangKok .
    You are a great asset to us rdi'ers and bring us superb new products not only unavailable elsewhere but UNKNOWN elsewhere.
    Just TWO questions :

    1. Will any/many of the movies and channels have an English language SOUNDTRACK as well as a Mandarin/Cantonese dubbed one ) ?
    [If only Chinese dialogue there would be little point in non Chinese speakers buying this product but of course ideal for those who can understand Chinese as many millions do in Malaysia , Philippines Indonesia and Thailand.]

    2. What is the defintion/resolution of the channel . Is it 780p or 10801 ?

    Please reply honestly after checking some of the movies yourself

    PS Here in Thailand we get a 95 percent signal for Asiasat 4 so no reception problems for us at all.!

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    Default Coship Hd Model Confusion

    Yes DVBKEY & RDI ers : There are another TWO HD channels for this box !
    Both ASTRO on 91.5 AND TRUE on 78.5 also have FTA HD test channels !

    One further important question for DVBKEY:
    As I am very interested to buy this box, I went to the Coship website which is both in English and in Chinese.
    Yes they show a picture of the model you are selling. The problem is that model is their HD CABLE TV model !
    They have another HD model for SATELLITE reception and irdet ...but it is long and thin and looks very different to the model you are selling
    So I have to ask :
    1. Is the Coship HD model you show above the satellite version or the cable tv version ?
    2. If the sat version why does the Coship website show a different model ?
    Thank you DVBKEY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvbkey View Post
    dear
    CCTV-HD use MPEG-4 ,

    receiver $ 464 USD( receiver + 1 year CCTV HD fee)
    you can use this receiver CCTV-HD and CCTV-golf etc
    122E c Band 4060 V 27500 and 4020 V 27500
    whats the price for receiver only? (no need cctv hd subs) and its have pid edit option and 4:2:2 decoding option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvbkey View Post
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    receiver is CDVB8800 it's a HDTV satellite reveiver not cable receiver!



    DEAR DVBKEY
    PLEASE LOOK AT :

    http://www.coship.com/CoshipEn/Default.aspx?Type=1

    THE RECEIVER YOU PICTURE IS THE CABLE TV MODEL !
    THE SATELLITE MODEL LOOKS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

    IS THE COSHIP WEBSITE INCORRECT

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    C-Band May be you are right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvbkey View Post
    please look there
    coship website picture too small
    http://www.coship.com/CoshipEn/Defau...=6864&PCID=205
    LOOKED AT THE WEBPAGE ABOVE WHICH SHOWS MODEL 8800 .
    LOOKS VERY DIFFERENT TO YOUR MODEL 8800
    YOUR ILLUSTRATION SHOWS THE CABLE TV MODEL !
    PLEASE LOOK AT THE COSHIP WEBPAGE AGAIN .8800 IS LONG AND THIN

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvbkey View Post
    CDVB8800 picture in coship website too small
    you can look in CDVB8800 have Diseqc Logo, in cable TV can not use Diseqc
    if you know chinese
    in CDVB8800 have the chinese word"数字高清卫星接收机“mean "HDTV digital satellite receiver"
    Thank you for the confirmation.DVBKEY
    Perhaps you can suggest to the COSHIP Co to post a clearer picture of the CDVB 8800 HD SATELLITE VERSION on their website to avoid confusion.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-BAND View Post
    LOOKED AT THE WEBPAGE ABOVE WHICH SHOWS MODEL 8800 .
    LOOKS VERY DIFFERENT TO YOUR MODEL 8800
    YOUR ILLUSTRATION SHOWS THE CABLE TV MODEL !
    PLEASE LOOK AT THE COSHIP WEBPAGE AGAIN .8800 IS LONG AND THIN
    it might well be prudent to wait a while , if you remember Coship, where one of the first models out there with "blind Scan" and key entry, and later receiver manifacturers the like of Hyundai, Fortec, Pansat. improved considerable on the Coship design, and price.
    I am not saying that the Coship is in any way sub-standard, But it's early days, unless your prepaired to spend considerably more on a professional model

    As for 4-2-2, in a receiver under three grand, not in our lifetime george, not in out lifetime. And you seem to forget this Coship is a first generation HD, receiver, Since when was 4-2-2 considered HD
    What 4-2-2 does , compaired with the earler 4-2-0 is have twice the Chrominance factor. In other words, this better preserves the chrominance componant and is considerably more appropriate for multiple encocoding. In other words the total structure of a 4-2-2, is nothing like that of a convertional digital receiver. it would be the same as expecting an Analogue receiver to be able to except a digital signal . It simply can't be done, and while some computer cards will play 4-2-2 the standard and performance is way below par, But we discussed all this in another thread.
    regards from OZ bassett

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    This model from DVBKEY is dvb-s2 or mpeg 4 and HIGH DEFINITION
    Cannot for the life of me see the connection with 4-2-2 a system used mainly by the EBU for live programming of sports and other news events !
    HDTV in DVB-S2 WITH 1080i resolution is something entirely different.
    Can anyone correct me if I'm wrong.
    The spec of the Coship does not even mention 4-2-2 !

 

 

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