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My Tele Has a PCMCIA Slot........

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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
What can this be used for ?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
you sure its PCMIA?
is it not like a top up Tv slot?
#2
google is your friend, specific tv's have specific modes, most are for prepay/satellite tv.
#3
Look in the instruction manual
#4
Wireless connection to your router for future use with tv broadcast over internet services (like bbc i-player)

http://bbciplayerbetatrial09.freesat.co.uk/index.php?page=iPlayer.overview
#5
Jetpac
you sure its PCMIA?
is it not like a top up Tv slot?


Mine has a PCMCIA slot too :thumbsup:
#6
Aren't these CAM module slots... for prepay tv/satellite etc?
#7
Normally for engineers to upgrade, or cam slots for top up tv. espn
#8
cam slot, for example if its a dvb tv you can put a cam to use as a cable tv receiver. or put a cam on so you can use as a sat receiver.
#9
BlackCloud
Aren't these CAM module slots... for prepay tv/satellite etc?


Chiptivo
Normally for engineers to upgrade, or cam slots for top up tv. espn


tdogg
cam slot, for example if its a dvb tv you can put a cam to use as a cable tv receiver. or put a cam on so you can use as a sat receiver.


Its a PCMCIA slot, I have one, my good god people, why you no listen
#10
....Moving to the rear of the panel we are greeted by three HDMI v1.3 slots (one on the side), component, composite, analogue audio inputs and outputs, an optical digital output, PC/RGB and a USB slot. There is also PCMCIA card slot, freesat satellite input and two scarts. So as you can see there is no lack of set up configurations with various sources.....


http://www.avforums.com/reviews/LG-32LF7700-Freesat-HD-LCD-TV-Review.html
#11
loll1es;7881040
Its a PCMCIA slot, I have one, my good god people, why you no listen

Well if you have one too, why dont you give the Op some help with an answer
#12
I have one too, no idea what its for but I have one.
#13
Thanks...I take it it's for free view then...Thanks for the input
banned#14
its for the pr0n to go into
#15


WinterSoldier5
I have one too, no idea what its for but I have one.



just got delivery today of one of these tv's
sure i read somewhere before buying that it is for 'Topup Tv'

as i think loll1es has said
#16
loll1es
Its a PCMCIA slot, I have one, my good god people, why you no listen


oh my god, why don't YOU listen, we all now its a blimmin PCMCIA slot, were trying to explain the various things this slot can be used for.
#17
BlackCloud
Well if you have one too, why dont you give the Op some help with an answer


loll1es
Wireless connection to your router for future use with tv broadcast over internet services (like bbc i-player)

http://bbciplayerbetatrial09.freesat.co.uk/index.php?page=iPlayer.overview



durrrrr :lol:

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