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itey

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#14979 29-Jul-2007 17:32
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Hi,

We're after a new sky decoder, mainly because our old pace decoder does not support component.

Which replacement decoder do you guys recommend (needs to support component + svideo)?

We will have it plugged into:
- the tv (component)
- the media pc (svideo)

it will be plugged into a sony klv40d300a

cheers


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  #80250 29-Jul-2007 18:40
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Pace DSR2000 or DS-230, otherwise a MySky.


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