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I got it, but I get them programmed for me.

Although, I think I'm going to start doing it myself soon.
 

futronic

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For how little it costs to get a decent programmer, you might as well. That way if you go down, you can reprogram it right away. Mind you, getting a subbed bin will ensure that your bin never goes bad and you'll just have tiers fall off.

-- Jay aka Fut
 
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poker face

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Question is it still worth purchasing Direct tv anymore. I have been hearing that they are scrammbling the cards on a regular basis these days!
 

pr0nstar

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by poker face
Question is it still worth purchasing Direct tv anymore. I have been hearing that they are scrammbling the cards on a regular basis these days!

800 free channels vs. $40 a month for regular cable.

Hmmm....

pr0nstar
 

futronic

TRIBE Member
Lee, if you have a programmer, you can reprogram your card after you've been hashed. If you have a subbed bin, you won't go down completely, you'll just have to re-add the stations that aren't part of the subscription.

Ballz, yes you can get something called an AVR for ExpressVu units to unlock all the stations. It looks similar to a bootstrap for Directv. They work pretty well, but when the codes change, the picture blacks for a second or two while the AVR unit changes to match the new codes.

-- Jay aka Fut
 
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swenard

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Spam alert!!!!!


If anyone is interested in the systems or getting there card programmed or buying a loader w/support. You can e-mail me at swenard@cogeco.ca. I have it all! and good deals too!
 
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