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Thread: DirecTV system <<price lowered>>

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    DirecTV system <<price lowered>>

    dual LNB and dish, *Hughes E1132, new in box. no receiver $100
    or will trade for athlon 1 ghz or above,
    or mobo that supports athlons of 1 ghz or above,
    or hard drives 7200 rpm not made by WD or
    external cdrw
    &lt;&lt;see below for lower price and other trades possible&gt;&gt;

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    Re: DirecTV system fs or ft

    Ok, but what can I do with it? Do I just buy a receiver and I'm good to go? Do I need to sign up for service?


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    Re: DirecTV system fs or ft

    imho you need to signup, and theyll give you a smart card
    for your receiver, on the side of the box it says
    &quot;call to suscribe 1-800-directv&quot;

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    Re: DirecTV system fs or ft

    Dude, without the receiver, its useless. You can get a dual lnb at walmart for 30 bucks. Thats way overpriced without a receiver. And with a dual lnb, you would need two receivers to take advantage of it. Not a good deal dude.

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    Re: DirecTV system fs or ft

    ok, i believe you, so will trade for anything worth
    $30 or so. fox ex, an old video card 16mB or above,
    any hard drive that works 6gB or above, 10 kg of Plutonium 239,
    an optical mouse, a mobo that supports amd k6-2 500mhz cpu,
    atx power supply 250 watts or ^ , or other hardware.
    (to my friends at echelon and carnivore:
    j/k about the PL239.) The DTV box says $99 on it. ill bet it
    (the DTV, not the box) can be used in some cool xperiments . 8)

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    Re: DirecTV system <<price lowered>>

    Not really. You could probably fashion some sort of parabolic antenna type listening device from the antenna. To really play around some you would need the actual reciever and a card. There are some canadian sites out there with very interesting information about that sort of thing.

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