Bargain and more reliable than most, would recommended.
|SCART 1||RGB, CVBS|
|SCART 2||RGB, CVBS|
|Digital audio||RCA (coaxial)|
|Manufacturer product code(s)||A750 / A780|
- RS-232 (RS-232 connector)
RS-232 connector is usually used to upgrade device's firmware and can't be normally used to transfer videos from the device to a PC.
- MHP (MHP support)
MHP is a unified standard for interactive digital TV services. The standard is mostly used in the Nordic countries.
- Teletext (Integrated Teletext)
Integrated Teletext allows using Teletext services with the device, whether the connected TV supports Teletext or not.
- Conax (Integrated Conax card reader)
Conax is a form of encryption method used by several European pay-TV operators. Without Conax reader, those channels can't be accessed, as the authentication car provided by pay-TV operator can be read only by Conax reader.
- Tuners (Number of tuners)
If the device includes multiple tuners, it typically allows picture-in-picture functions (and, in case of PVR-capable devices, recording) for two or more channels, even if the channels are physically located in different multiplexes.
- HDMI (HDMI output)
If the device includes HDMI output, it can be connected digitally to a HDMI-capable display (for example, most flat-screen TVs).
- Cable Ready HD (Cable Ready HD certified)
Cable Ready HD certification is used in Finland to notify that the device is officially approved by Finnish cable TV operators to be used in receiving HDTV broadcast signal over cable TV.
Over all excellent box, you will find it hard to beat the support for this box, over all down time has been kept to a min by the looks of it, compared to other boxes which are up and down all the time, you only have to read the post on here to see.
I think with the Kryptview not having a 12mth ticking time bomb like the Starview has, its the best box out there, ok maybe the Starview is the cheaper option buy cheap buy twice, also look at all the server issues the starview have so do your home work on this first i say.
A very good little box, ok it will never be the same as it was before, so a small bit of glitching is going to happen, but for the price of having to pay full subscription i can live with that over paying a third of the price for the box.
Well done lads keep up the good work.
worth every penny with the added support
Never sold a box always gave best advice on where to purchase contrary to what Mr HiTeck says 2 of the best known sellers or suppliers are Tailor-Made Circuits or Skywonder which i have no affiliation to in any way
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