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What do I do with my old digibox

Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by TheBigApple, Jul 8, 2003.

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  1. TheBigApple

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    I have just had Sky+ installed and the technician left my old Sony digibox behind.

    I don't really need it and am wondering if it's mine to sell, and will it work without a viewing card?

    Ta
     
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    It is yours to sell if you want. There are loads on Ebay if you need a guide price. The Sonys tend to go for more as they have an optical output, although no 5.1 capabilities.

    Or you can run another cable from your LNB though to a different room in the house, and either get a mirror subscription (£15) or a Free to View card to watch the Free-to view channels.
     
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    I'll give you £50 for it :devil: :devil:

    Cheers

    Kevin
     
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    £65:smoke:
     
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    do have the box and is it in good nick if so i will give £100 for it :clap:
     

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