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Topic # 94814 19-Dec-2011 15:50
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Just noticed that STB receivers by the Ferguson brand (i.e. 6600 & STYX-K) are not mentioned much here.  Was wondering why?  Was wondering if the 6600 was stable and capable of using CAMs ect.
Any thoghts on this brand?

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  Reply # 559806 20-Dec-2011 06:38
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over 100 views and no-reply.. is this brand not known?

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  Reply # 559817 20-Dec-2011 08:01
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Dkeeper: over 100 views and no-reply.. is this brand not known?


Probably. I've never heard of it.

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  Reply # 559822 20-Dec-2011 08:24
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There are hundreds of brands of set top boxes. Most come from Asia and are labelled as multiple different brands. Some have the development driven by large companies and others are just put together with basic software.

Why would you be looking at this brand over others with some level of support here in NZ?



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  Reply # 559959 20-Dec-2011 14:34
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I see a Ferguson FX-6600 down the raod at a friends place who bought it from a dealer in Auckland.
Also I see new Ferguson HD Hybrid STYX-K on the satnet.net.nz web site for sale.  So they looked as if they were a common item.

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