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Has some one use this box? Is it good?

I want to buy it just to control and move my 10 feet dish. I want to also buy a PanSat 3500 and slave them together.
 
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tdti1, I have read my other thread where you answer about which receiver to use. And I am still confused. Sorry, it seems I am stupid, but I want to make sure I understand. Can you clarify this for me Again, PLEASE.

Facts:
1) I have a 10 feet mesh dish with its mover
2) I want to get a channel called Teletica of PAS 3r. In lyngsat it says: Clear Digita, DBV
3) I do not have any receivers.

What I understand so far:

1) To be able to move my dish I will need:
a) an OLD receiver OR
b) a 4dtv receiver OR
c) V-Box with pansat or fortec for example.
2) To be able to get analog signal I need an OLD receiver OR a 4dtv
3) To get digital or which is the same as FTA I will need:
a) a Pansat, Fortec receiver OR
b) a 4dtv receiver.

If that is correct, then it looks like I could get what I want with a 4dtv. It will move my dish and I will get analog and digital.

Where I got confused is if the 4DTV will do analog and digital. I know for sure it will move the dish.

I was making some #s and a V-Box cost me like $50 dollars, plus a Pansat/Fortec receiver about $175 and I will not be able to get any analog For a grand total of about $225 dollars.

If I can do all of the above with a 4DTV ALONE then I will buy it because I can get analog also. BUt here is where I got confused, Do I still need an Old receiver with the 4DTV? Or the 4DTV will do it all:
a) MOve dish
b) Get Analog
c) Get Digital




Is the above correct?
 
voomvoom

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kelleyga,
a) yes
b) yes
c) yes, but not DVB, which is digital, it will get Digicipher II digital...

Al
 
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Where are you located, Teletica is hard to get, the dish must be aligned the best it can be, and you will need a good lnb.

Unless you want HBO in Spanish and many other channels and analog then you do not need a 4dtv, yes the 4dtv is both digital/analog but it is DCII and a Pansat and others are DVB, if you only want that channel then go with a Pansat and a V-box or older analog only unit, but if you want free DVB and DCII digital channels with the ability to subscribe to some DCII programming then get a 4dtv with a Pansat, both go together like a fish and water, and with both you will have the best system around, there are many free Spanish channels in both DCII and DVB. Though I think telitica is the only one from Costa Rica.
 
kelleyga

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Thanks voomvoom and tdti1 for your answers.

Now I know why I was getting confused. I got confused reading another posting from Tdti1 to another member and he mentioned that 4DTV would do digital. BUT, I did not know that there was DC II Digital and Digital (DBV). OK, I got it know.

I am located in Tampa, FL, and Yes, that is the only channel from Costa Rica FTA. The other one is Channel 6 from Intelsat 805 but is encripted as it is offered as a local in Costa Rica by Direct TV.

I have a friend that has a 10 feet dish and is getting the channel with no problems, so I know I can get it too. I just got my 17 " pole yesterday and I got the cable, and the 4 feet hole is ready too. So, there I go slowly.

Is there much out there that I can miss in analog (good stuff)? Otherwise now that I understand this better, I will do V-Box and Pansat to get DVB ONLY. Now, if there is good stuff in analog then maybe I should get it. Can I connect an old receiver to move the dish and a PanSat togeter to get digital also? This way instead of putting the money in the V-Box I will put it in an old receiver from Ebay.

Thanks.
 
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On analog there is still a bunch of channels that you can buy a la carte and there is also a bunch of free wildfeeds.

On 4dtv there is a ton of DCII programming to subscribe to and also many free ones along with the analog stuff, you can see what is up there for a 4dtv here at the bottom click 4dtv channels by catagory
http://broadband.motorola.com/4DTV/4DTVChannelUpdates_031205.htm

If you like movies it is great because you can change the language to Spanish on 90% of the movie channels, and the picture quality is great.
 
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