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July 12, 2007

Dreambox Forum / Skystar Forum


by BGonaSTICK

At the Satellite Help Forum, we specialise in the support of both the Dreambox and Skystar hardware. We have many members who are proficient in the use of these pieces of kit, and are willing to help others get to the same level.

Drop in and say hello. No questions are too basic.

Meanwhile the rest of the site continues to grow. We have recently added a huge library of satellite footprint maps - both current and historical. Some of these are very hard to find, as they relate to failed launches and were quickly removed from the public domain by the owners of the craft. It makes interesting viewing, and it’s useful to have them all in one place.

We have a new board sponsor offering great discounts for members, and all the latest news and gossip, including a large section dedicated to new channel launches with screenshots.

We also have a rapidly growing section for owners of the Technomate TM9100 Linux receiver. This has really taken off of late - mainly due to the insane price cuts Technomate have made.

Hope to see you soon. We welcome beginners and old hands alike.

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1 Comment »
  1. For Skystar2 PCI card, Rev.2.6A, if there is relay to cut off the power supply to LNB automatically when turning off DVB software, I know twinhan 1020 has such a feature.

    my HTPC keep runing BT downloading 7X24, this feature(if yes)may save me a lot of power consumption.

    thanks in advance!

    Comment by Peter Chung — February 26, 2008 @ 1:58 pm

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