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Digital cable descrambler boxes

Posted by on March 3, 2018 – 07:00 am

Digital cable descrambler boxes

Digital cable filters for televisions are small, electronic components designed to fit between set-top boxes and cable outlets. They are also termed descramblers. In theory, the filter can receive broadcast signals so you can watch your favorite channels, but it does not send any signals back to the cable company you subscribe to. Purpose The purpose of a digital cable TV filter is that it can receive pay-per-view program signals but block pay per-view-billing signals. Apparently, the cable filter can be bought from companies that offer a service…

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Digital cable tuner box

Posted by on February 22, 2018 – 06:54 am

Digital cable tuner box

Last month, Microsoft confirmed that Windows Media Center would not be included in Windows 10. It was not a surprise, because almost no one uses Windows Media Center (it was only available as a paid add-on in Windows 8). But it is a shame, because Windows Media Center might be the best DVR software out there. And it should’ve killed the cable box. Cable boxes are, almost without exception, awful. They’re under-powed computers running very badly designed software. Their channel guides are slow, poorly laid out, and usually riddled with ads. Cable…

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Rogers digital cable packages

Posted by on January 26, 2018 – 06:49 am

Rogers digital cable packages

We’ve already seen Shaw release their package, made available to customers just over a week ago, and now Rogers has revealed their ‘skinny’ TV package. Below is the basic package, priced at $24.99 instead of $25. It includes Canadian stations such as CBC, City, CTV, Global, plus U.S. stations like ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, and overall looks identical to Shaw (no surprise): Rogers has also offered Theme Packs available for the Starter Package, priced from $3 all the way to $18. Check them out below: Bell and TELUS have yet to reveal their ‘skinny’ TV…

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Time Warner cable digital Adapter

Posted by on December 30, 2017 – 06:17 am

Time Warner cable digital Adapter

Time Warner Cable s move to “All-Digital” services promising “faster Internet, better picture and sound, and more reliability, ” comes at a price and a deadline. Customers connecting their cable through a wire from the wall to a television will need new equipment by April 12. The digital adapters are free until June 29, 2017. After that, the use of each adapter will add $3.25 to your bill. The All-Digital changes for Central New York go into effect on April 12 and customers are being told to order digital adapters as soon as possible “to avoid losing…

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Digital audio Video Cables

Posted by on September 20, 2017 – 09:20 am

Digital audio Video Cables

Finding the right equipment for your AV purposes can prove to be difficult, but, at CableWholesale, we pride ourselves on having audio/video cables and adaptors for your computer, home theater, stereo, television, and much more. Our cables and products are custom built to our exacting quality specifications, to deliver all the performance you demand, without the associated high price tag of a brand name. Our inventory carries a long list of different types of cables for different uses. Digital audio cables are necessary to connect devices to a receiver…

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SPDIF digital audio Cables

Posted by on August 30, 2017 – 09:16 am

SPDIF digital audio Cables

SPDIF, also written as S/PDIF, stands for Sony/Phillips Digital Interface, and is an interface to transmit digital audio. In this tutorial, we will explain everything you need to know about this interface, including when and how to use it. Digital audio means that the audio signal is transmitted encoded in a series of 0s and 1s instead of being transmitted in analog format. This makes audio have higher fidelity, because no noise will be added to the audio signal. Therefore, it is always better to transmit audio in digital format. Currently, there…

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Cable digital Set Top box

Posted by on August 18, 2017 – 03:29 am

Cable digital Set Top box

Comcast Most subscribers must rent their boxes from the cable companies, at fees that usually run well over $200 per year. Even as the Federal Communications Commission pushes a plan to let cable television subscribers choose their own set-top boxes, the nation’s biggest cable company said Wednesday that it’s getting ready to ditch set-top boxes altogether. The Comcast announcement comes as the FCC prepares for a final vote on a proposal that would force cable companies to let consumers buy set-top boxes from any provider. Today, nearly all cable…

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Digital cable receiver

Posted by on August 6, 2017 – 03:24 am

Digital cable receiver

Digital cable brings the best available picture and sound into the living room. Most digital programming services are now transmitted in high definition, so HDTVs can take full advantage of the sharper image resolution and digital Surround Sound audio. The industry standard for connecting digital components, including a cable box and home theater receiver, is a High Definition Media Interface (HDMI) cable.The cable has six-sided plugs on both ends with 19 steel pins for transmitting high-definition video and digital audio. Step 1 Locate the HDMI…

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Sony digital camera cable

Posted by on August 2, 2017 – 03:21 am

Sony digital camera cable

You can do amazing things with a Sony digital camera or camcorder and an Apple® Macintosh® computer, such as creating show stopping slide-shows and movies; sharing images; and teaching the computer to recognize your friends in your photos. Using the USB cable supplied with your camera you can simply move photos and video to your Mac computer. Also, the iPhoto® and iMovie® software are powerful applications available for Mac computers that allow you to import and edit images and video. Using your Sony Camera and Macintosh Computer you can do the…

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Time Warner digital cable descrambler

Posted by on July 25, 2017 – 03:21 am

Time Warner digital cable descrambler

112 months ago - Was this comment helpful? / and rather than pay Time Warner a small fortune to lease one of their HDTV/DVR cable boxes, I was wondering if it was possible to buy my own and have it work w/ my cable. This will be my second cable box in my home. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. lol, anyway the answer is no, the cable companies can tell, thru their network equipment which boxes are theirs and which aren t; I think it s like IP addresses for computers on a network (in fact each box probably HAS an ip address anyway). it s a nice…

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