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FS: ***Sky+ (Plus) Satellite Receiver**** FINAL REDUCTION!!!! £32.00

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Item Description:

This Sky+ box is about 2 years old and is in good working order - selling due to upgrade to HD. Viewing card is not included but Scart lead, Remote Control and Power Lead are all included.

Specification:

Manufacturer - Thomson

Model - DSI8210CS

More info:

This with a hard drive capable of storing up to 80 hours of programming. Further content can also be archived to VHS.
With twin digital tuners users can watch one channel while recording another or record two channels while watching archived content.

The PVR’s trick mode functionality means that users can pause, rewind, fast-forward and record at the touch of a button.

The Series Link feature enables an entire TV series of recordings to be automatically scheduled from the EPG at the touch of a button.
Single programme and Series Link recording at the touch of a button
Instant replay
Smooth trick modes
Play and record radio
Manual or automatic disk space management

Ideal for customers who want to upgrade their existing receiver or simply replace an existing faulty Sky+

Price now reduced!!
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
what the lowest you can go?
#2
So if I change my "ordinary" sky box to this, will I be able to use sky+ without paying the premium? Sorry if thats a daft question - but I don't understand how this all works!
1 Like #3
There is a premium to use it. You also need to take another cable from your dish, to the second tuner.
The signal from 1 cable split is not strong enough - I know, I tried, lol.

Hope this helps.

kensington143
So if I change my "ordinary" sky box to this, will I be able to use sky+ without paying the premium? Sorry if thats a daft question - but I don't understand how this all works!
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kensington143
So if I change my "ordinary" sky box to this, will I be able to use sky+ without paying the premium? Sorry if thats a daft question - but I don't understand how this all works!


£10 per month to have the record facility from Sky.

Note that you also need 2 cable feeds from the dish to be able to record one program and watch another.
1 Like #5
I thought that if you have a subscription you dont have to pay for sky+ features. If you are just having free to air then you do?
banned 2 Likes #6
That's correct, aslong as you already have a subscription from Sky then using the + features are at no extra cost however if you are just using your Sky box to receive the free to air/free to view channels then a £10 a month sub to sky would be needed for it.

If you only currently have standard Sky then there will only be one feed from the satellite dish (unless there is a spare cable there, say from previous house tenants etc..) You need two cables as it has a twin tuner and gives the aility to record two different channels at the same time. This cable cannot be split, well, it can but not in the way you would need it to work, one feed only 'connects' to one transponder at a time and each transponder would have a selection of channels on it, so say BBC1 is on and you split the cable, BBC2 would probably record as it's on the same one. It's best left not splitting as too many problems can come of it.

If you were to use the receiver with just one feed there are various methods out there to help prevent failed recordings etc.. but pretty much is.. Watch a recording back and record something or just watch something live(and record it at the same time if you wish) or record something when you're out for later viewing.

I know I have probably put too much useless info in this post but I hope it helps some of you.

Cheers
#7
atomicbullet
That's correct, aslong as you already have a subscription from Sky then using the + features are at no extra cost however if you are just using your Sky box to receive the free to air/free to view channels then a £10 a month sub to sky would be needed for it.

If you only currently have standard Sky then there will only be one feed from the satellite dish (unless there is a spare cable there, say from previous house tenants etc..) You need two cables as it has a twin tuner and gives the aility to record two different channels at the same time. This cable cannot be split, well, it can but not in the way you would need it to work, one feed only 'connects' to one transponder at a time and each transponder would have a selection of channels on it, so say BBC1 is on and you split the cable, BBC2 would probably record as it's on the same one. It's best left not splitting as too many problems can come of it.

If you were to use the receiver with just one feed there are various methods out there to help prevent failed recordings etc.. but pretty much is.. Watch a recording back and record something or just watch something live(and record it at the same time if you wish) or record something when you're out for later viewing.

I know I have probably put too much useless info in this post but I hope it helps some of you.

Cheers


Very good explanatory 'attomicbullet'. Thanks +1


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#8
FINAL REDUCTIONS!!!!

Edited By: Deeco on Apr 22, 2011 11:53: Notifying
#9
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