Sky and Cam

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by gr1688, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. gr1688

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    Hi all, new to this forum and have to admit to knowing very little in the way of AV, Sky etc. so any help would be appreciated.

    I have a Toshiba 36ZT29B integrated digital TV that has a DVB Common Interface, on reading the forums I believe I have to have a Conditional access module to put a card in, can these be used for SKY, I seem to only hear about top up tv using this. I currently have the sky box and subscribe to Sky, but for space saving reasons and ease of use with other equipment it would be great if I could just use this slot that is integral to the tv, if this can be done can anyone give me a idea what to get and any other relevant info,

    thanks,

    Dougie
     
  2. Heinz

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    Sorry, Sky do not allow the production of a CAM.
     
  3. gr1688

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    that's a pity
     
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    The card slot just allows access to Top Up TV. If you have Sky I don't think you need TupT
     
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    That is an IDTV which receives Freeview. You can't make it receive Sky just by adding a CAM. Sky has a totally different tuner.
     

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