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The DC SAT MART is published regularly in the DISH CHANNELS monthly magazine.
July 2009

The “OPENSAT 3000CRCI PVR” is a small “CI receiver” with “PVR“. It has unusually small dimensions and there fore fits into any living room environment. The front panel features a four digit segment display and in the upper left corner the standby button. All other buttons and slots are hidden behind a flap. If you open this flap it reveals seven buttons to operate the receiver without remote control, a CI slot for all standard modules like Irdeto, Seca, Viaccess, Cryptoworks or Nagravision, a Conax card reader as well as a USB interface. The back panel is equally well designed and sports the usual satellite IF input and loop-through output, 2 scart euro connectors, 4 RCA jacks for stereo audio and video, a 0/12 control current, an optical digital audio output , a UHF modulator output, an RS-232 interface and a mechanical mains switch. The remote control that comes with the receiver sits well in your hand, boasts a convenient design and proper labelling. Even though the on-screen menu of the OPENSAT receiver is more or less self-explanatory the manufacturer provides a comprehensive user’s manual which solves any questions that still may arise. It “deals” with all functions and options of the receiver and provides screen shots and illustrations where necessary. The overall build quality of the 3000CRCI is very good and we had no complaints what so ever with the unit we received for testing.

NanoXX 9400

This pretty silver coloured satellite receiver with the name NanoXX 9400 has a very compact size. Not too big, but big enough to fit in all important sockets and jacks including two scart euro connectors on the back panel. On the front this receiver sports the standard control keys plus two CI slots and two smartcard slots (licensed for Conax and X-Crypt) which can easily be accessed. The electronic program guide (EPG) is of the comprehensive kind as well. Altogether four channels are displayed with their current and following events of up to one week in advance, including detailed program information. We were delighted that all data appeared on screen without a noticeable delay! The arrow buttons can be used to access the appropriate EPG data and a single touch of a button is all that is required to mark an event for the internal timer what a change from the analog days when setting a timer was almost like rocket science. Using teletext is just as much fun as all pages are read and stored after an initial touch of the Teletext button and are ready for reading right away. Subpages, however, only show up one at a time, even though this is not a short coming of the NanoXX box but the result of TV stations transmitting only one subpage with every complete teletext run.


This latest receiver has DVB-S2 tuner, 2 Common Interface slots, Conax smartcard reader , Alphanumeric 13 digit front-panel VF-Display, 7000 channel capacity, Pre-programmed channel list, 32 favourite channel list, 10 event timers, Multiple OSD languages, Teletext and subtitle support, Time and date in Standby display, 7 day EPG, Software updates via USB or RS-232, Parental control , Support for DiSEqC 1.0 and 1.2, HDMI output v1.1 for 576i, 576p, 720p and 1080i , 2 Scart connections, YUV Component output and Optical and electrical digital audio output (S/PDIF) for Dolby Digital.

Vantage VT 7100 HD

According to manufacturer, the VT-7100 HD boasts the following specification: Dual-DVB-S2-Tuner, and a DVB-T tuner, HDMI-connection and a component-connection. USB 2.0 and an Ethernet-connection, next to the usual RCA-Cinch-connections for audio and video, are also on board. the VT-HD 7100 also has a digital audio connection via (S/PDIF). At the front, a large and wide dot-matrix Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) is integrated for the purpose of displaying informative messages. For the multiple-satellite fan, the Vantage has DiSEqC 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 (USALS) plus. With the USB-2.0 port, you can accesss the contents of external media-devices. How for example of the PC, of an USB-embroider (?!?) or a digital camera. The transcoding and streaming of video-files (DivX and other video-formats), controls the Vantage-Receiver also. Single JPEG-photos can be summarized the expanse at the Receiver and played back will can then as a Slide-show. An EPG (electronic program guide) is integrated, as well as to stream the possibility TV PROGRAMS over the USB-connection. A Time-Shift-function (staggered reception) and a MP3 music player is integrated also.

Starsat SR-X1400D

Satellite Receiver Starsat Who says that the days of the good old MPEG-2/DVB/FTA are gone? In a lot of countries there are enough channels still broadcasting to make the FTA receiver-only reception attractive. An affordable receiver can also be a good starting point for a beginner in an amazing world of satellites. Are you looking for your first satellite receivers ever? Or maybe you’re just not really happy making the greedy Pay TV providers even richer on your expense? If so, we’ve got an interesting box for you to check out: StarSat SR-X1400D. There is a really interesting option: the Multi Pic Loop will automatically zap between the channels in the entire channel list, giving you an option to see if there is something interesting being shown on one of them. The screen can be split to 4, 9, 10, 12, 13 or even 16 parts.

Neosat ipro 2000 Plus

The New Neosat IPRO PVR 2000 PLUS is a PVR/DVR, has 203mhz processor with 64 mb of SDRAM Memory, 8mb of Flash Memory, and USB 2.0 drive compatibly built in. The PLUS version is our newest version with a Heat sink over the CPU for cooler operation. The Neosat has the built in ethernet connection which is used for IKS. It is fully compatible with TiVo/Replay TV. It boast a seven day EPG. Hook up an external HDD to the USB 2.0 port for easy recording of your favorite programs up to a week in advance, all through the user-friendly on screen display which touts the most modern and functional graphics ever seen on any Neosat FTA receiver. This NeoSat iPRO 2000 PLUS is just like the popular NFusion FTA box but is Faster and has PVR Option. It provide various switch types, LNB types and NTSC/PAL monitor type, SCPC/MCPC receivable from C/Ku band satellite, Multi LNB controlled by DiSEqC 1.0, 22KHz and 0/12 volt switching, PAL/NTSC automatically conversion and last channel automatically saving.

Coolsat 8100 HD PVR

The Coolsat 8100 HD is the first High Definition FTA receiver to enter the FTA market. Supports HDMI, Component video, S-Video, and Ypbpr. Coolsat 8100 HD receiver tunes and decodes a digital terrestrial ATSC and satellite signal a the same by using 4MB flash memory and 12bM DDR RAM Coolsat 8100 HD receiver introduces the best picture 1080I HD by ATSC which gives users better picture. Brand new ST fast CPU that allows the CS to do more in less time. It is called HD because it can display high def pictures and it is called TScombo because it also allows you to capture and get local over the air type of channels built into the Coolsat 8100 HD per and it uses one of the fastest and best CPUs to allow the receiver to provide the best picture in high definition with out any bugs or issues. Coolsat 8000 has one of the best built in video tuners that gives the users a better picture then any other HD receiver.

Eycos S50.12 PVR

We were very excited while opening the package and the initial impression from looking at the outside of the receiver did not disappoint us. Sleek but elegant is the best way to describe the S50.12 PVR. The front panel sports a four-digit display as well as eight buttons for complete operation of the receiver should the remote control go missing. Behind a centrally located flap are hidden a pair of CI slots that can be used with a variety of modules (Irdeto, Seca, Viaccess, Conax, Nagravision, etc.) The nicely equipped rear panel also put a smile on our faces. In addition to the IF input and looped-through output for the two tuners, there are also a set of Scart connectors as well as an S-Video connection, three RCA jacks for video and stereo audio, a programmable 0/12-volt output, an RS-232 serial interface, a USB 2.0 port for connection to a PC, an RF modulator and also an optical digital audio output for perfect sound. Rounding out all of this is a main power switch.

Topfield TF 7700 HD PVR

This “HD receiver” was produced and developed by the South Korean company “Topfield“. Would you have expected any thing different? This manufacturer somehow always manages to implement the latest technology as well as an easy-to-use concept in their receivers. On the front side of the black and silver cabinet an easy-to-read VFD display is located in the center. Below the display can be found a set of five buttons that let you operate the receiver if no remote control is at hand. Unfortunately, if no fresh batteries are available for the remote control, these buttons don’t really let you do more than turn the box on and off or adjust the volume and change the channel. Hidden nicely behind a flap are two CI slots that Topfield integrated in the TF 7700 HD PVR. They can accept any compatible module such as Irdeto, Seca, Viaccess, Conax, Alphacrypt, etc. Directly alongside these slots can also be found a USB 2.0 interface that can be used to link the receiver with external devices such as USB sticks, hard drives as well as digital cameras and MP3 players.

Pansat 6000 HXC

This is the Pansat 6000 HXC from the makers of Pansat products. Digital Satellite Receiver Dual Tuner PVR which allows two independent satellites feeds to two separate locations in your home or office. It's almost like having two independent receivers in one. The Pansat 6000 has a 60GB removable hard drive ( approximately 36 hours recording) , 2 Tuners , you're able to watch two independent shows at once with PIP, record live, watch another live or record two and watch a prerecorded show. There's more improved features you would expect from the fine products of Pansat.



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