Dreambox or dbox

zerofool2005

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Which is better and cheaper? Also would it be ok to use the same cable box that i have my internet on or take it from downstairs where the tv is connected to?
 

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the way things are looking i dont think dbox2s are worthit now, around £120 for a second hand box, and a sagem 1 at that. nokia are much more stable (from my experience, but some ppl get lucky). would recommend a dreambox. they come brand new, more advanced techno, SMALL!!!!! its tichy, the only thing it dont have is the lcd display (i miss that so much).

sorry didnt quite understand ur ova question
 

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Which is better and cheaper? Also would it be ok to use the same cable box that i have my internet on or take it from downstairs where the tv is connected to?

If you mean can I use the cable feed from the internet box then the answer is yes the internet and cable TV are the same feed. : multi :
 

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If you mean can I use the cable feed from the internet box then the answer is yes the internet and cable TV are the same feed. : multi :

I heard that if you run it ont he same cable feed as the internet it can make a lot of interference and kinda screw the signal up.



Thanks for the link m8^
 

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I have not had this problem it my get a lower signal but just put a booster on the TV side of the split not the internet side as this my stop the talkback on the internet
 
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