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    Talking Wireless SmartWi Multiroom Solution



    Wireless SmartWi Multiroom Solution



    Hi Guys Please comment on this device.


    is a wireless Multi Room Solution for smartcard using the ISO 7816 -1 -2 -3 standard.
    With this wireless Multi Room Solution you can share one original smart card between all your receivers.
    The wireless master box will connect to the digital receivers by the wireless slave which will be inset in the receiver’s cam (embedded cam)
    It will then work as the original card was inset direct in your receiver.
    This solution is useful when you have more than 1 receiver in your home and will save you for paying additional extra monthly fee for extra card. SmartWi Multi Room Solution come standard with 1 Wireless SmartWi master box, 3 Wireless SmartWi client card and a power adaptor for SmartWi master as a set.


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    The Smart-Wi Cardsplitter (Vision a revolutionary wireless card sharing system allowing the user to share one subscription smartcard with up to seven receivers.
    Working with both satellite and cable receivers and with IrShitto, Viacce, Seca, Cryptoworks and conx encryptions systems means the Smart Wi Cardsplitter is a truuly versatile device.
    Stable, simple and easy to use, the Smart-Wi Cardsplitter requires no computer experience and zero maintenance. The Smart-Wi has been designed to hide the complexities of setting up wireless communication lines while at the same time giving you ease of use. Just plug & play and you have your second receiver solution running in minutes. Compatible with Seca Mediaguard 1 & 2, ******** 1 & 2, *****, ****** 1 & 2 and Cryptoworks. With this wireless card splitter you can share one original smart card between all your receivers (up to 7 receivers at the same time) and the card splitter will connect to the digital receivers by the wireless slave which will be inserted into the receivers cam slot or card reader, working as the original card in your receiver. This solution is useful when you have more than one receiver in your home and you don’t want to pay monthly fee for the extra cards. SmartWi comes standard with 1xSmartWi master Box with PSU and 3xSmartWi Client Card's.


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    i'll take Diablo Wireless instead if i have the option. does what smartwi can and more....
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    i'll take Diablo Wireless instead if i have the option. does what smartwi can and more....
    does this device support stb married smart cards?
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    can't work with nd$ here

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    The diablo wireless is 10x better

    You can also cardshare with diablo

    and yes NDS

    Diablo will also decrpyt 100s of channels FREE without a smartcard and cs - hehehe

    Diablo is EVERYTHING

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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    i'll take Diablo Wireless instead if i have the option. does what smartwi can and more....
    Any reference to this Diablo wireless,
    I have tried the smart wi and cannot at all work on n-ds.
    I do need a diablo

    Quote Originally Posted by EDIRECT View Post
    The diablo wireless is 10x better
    You can also cardshare with diablo
    and yes NDS
    Diablo will also decrpyt 100s of channels FREE without a smartcard and cs - hehehe
    Diablo is EVERYTHING

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    dunno if edirect supplies them, but hisat.com does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    dunno if edirect supplies them, but hisat.com does.
    thanks M8 Will check the site,
    while waiting for an answer from edirect too,
    if its a way to deal n-ds its cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    dunno if edirect supplies them, but hisat.com does.
    any file updating and supporting sites for diablo wireless?
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    duolabs of course, and the masare team with their Fausto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph View Post
    duolabs of course, and the masare team with their Fausto.
    Then its great, perhaps Qbox II is going to be the next generation CS Decoder.
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