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Sony digi box

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by Bacus, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. Bacus

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    Hi all, i have a question.. I have sony digi box model VTX S760U. On the back is a computer type output with RS232 on it. What is this (svga ?) can it be used to output a picture from sky box to telly ? :lease:
     
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    AFAICR, it's diagnostics/firmware updates. Deffo not signal-bearing.

    Mike.
     
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    Thanks for that, does that mean this box can get software updates ? if so how does that work ? :confused:
     
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    Most digiboxes have RS-232 ports. They are used to program and test the unit in the factory. Not really of much use to the consumer - all firmware updates are done via the dish.
     
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    Thanks for that :smashin:
     

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