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    5aq1b
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    Hi and sorry for the total noob question!

    I am thinking of purchasing a Dreambox, which will preferably show HD content. also i understand that I need to setup CCam?

    I am based in the UK and currently have a Sky dish setup. Will i need another dish installed?

    I'm basically wanting to get a fair load of channels so that I can watch sports, indian movies, usa movies etc.

    Where the hell do I Start? I've searched around and looked at FAQ's but they all leave me confused. Any help would be appreciated thank you.

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    Different model of dreambox , so find that match for ur requirements.
    CCcam only for card sharing , n needed only if u want to watch encrypted channels through card share .
    u can use current dish . only if u want to watch different sat channels then only another dish will be needed.
    Fair load channel means , several satellite channels , need several dish . though , ur current dish may have some indian channels . search channel list according to ur current dish .

    Not clear enough , i know . Have to read as much as u can ..here ..there ...everywhere .

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    get a dm800, you have to join a card-sharing server so that you get other HD channels too. the only caveat with that if you want to be strict with HD viewing is that your subscription should have HD channels to share.

    as for viewing some other channels, your dish should be ok, but i suggest you go motorised to view other sats too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5aq1b View Post
    Hi and sorry for the total noob question!

    I am thinking of purchasing a Dreambox, which will preferably show HD content. also i understand that I need to setup CCam?

    I am based in the UK and currently have a Sky dish setup. Will i need another dish installed?

    I'm basically wanting to get a fair load of channels so that I can watch sports, indian movies, usa movies etc.

    Where the hell do I Start? I've searched around and looked at FAQ's but they all leave me confused. Any help would be appreciated thank you.

    For Dm , up to 800 is the best but it'll bleed ur pocket too much.But u want HD feature so u need to pay much more.For Dish , if u want more channels u need more dishes.


    Hope it'll help u anyway.
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    Have a look at ALSAT there new HD9000 is out soon and verry easy to use
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