Cutting a Directv access card (1 Viewer)

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Older access cards might not even work if you cut them down, just like older cards don't work in newer receivers. Why not call Directv and order what you need? If you have a client paying for a COM system with a bunch of blades surely they can afford $20 per blade to get the proper card.
 

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Older access cards might not even work if you cut them down, just like older cards don't work in newer receivers. Why not call Directv and order what you need? If you have a client paying for a COM system with a bunch of blades surely they can afford $20 per blade to get the proper card.

Try $50 per card and I got 12 cards with 2 channels each.
 

slice1900

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Try $50 per card and I got 12 cards with 2 channels each.

$50? Either they raised the price or those are different from the regular cards and cutting them down wouldn't work...

And why only two channels per card? I thought they had cards that could handle far more than that.
 
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