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Topic # 90074 14-Sep-2011 10:49
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I use mediaportal and want to add sat capbility to my tv server.

I note these guys have a pheonix reader anyone tried it? Also what readers are you using with this card?

With Mepo do you need DVBviewer for decoding before presenting to mepo?

THanks

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  Reply # 520871 14-Sep-2011 11:25
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I assume by "Add sat capability" you mean you want to add sky capability? As just adding satellite is as simple as adding the card and the channels.




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  Reply # 520876 14-Sep-2011 11:34
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Yes I would like to add sky capability to my pvr in mediaportal currently use two mysky decoders but want to record in hd off sky dish.


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