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Pansat 2500a For Sale !

Discussion in 'FTA / Non Small Dish Satellite Area' started by FTA MAN, Jul 14, 2004.

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  1. Iceberg

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    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

    Serves you right to purchase a hack receiver.
     
  2. maddawg

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    lol...I knew this was coming. FTAMAN why the scam?
     
  3. TonyM

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    because anyone who sells hacked receivers is a scammer...plain and simple
     
  4. maddawg

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    Well, don't care what he wants to sell considering its a free country. Just wanted to know why he stole the individuals money plain and simple. For your information Pansat 2500A in it's native form is not a hacked receiver. Don't know why you continue to comment on this one issue.
     
  5. FTA Michael

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    The Pansat 2500A looks like a great receiver; it got a very nice writeup in the July-August issue of Tele-Satellite International magazine. From what I (cough) gather, it's possible to reprogram the 2500A, and if it's done incorrectly, it's possible to render the receiver unusable and unrecoverable.

    When someone tries to sell such a hot-selling critter for well below market price "Just To Get Rid Of It", that suggests the buyer is likely to be disappointed.

    Remember the first rule of avoiding scams: If a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is. :)
     
  6. Steveox

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    I paid $400 for mine i cant sell it. Its a silverbird can`t get it to view channels.
     
  7. Richard King

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    Good. You have to wonder about people who come to a public forum and admit that they are trying to steal signals from a company that monitors the public forum they are posting to.
     
  8. PSB

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    IMO, The posts that FTA man are posting are unacceptable.

    I see they are gone now, well done : )
     
  9. BabaLouie

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    His posts are gone and now, undoubtedly, so is he.
     
  10. Love my TV

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    I will say this,

    The whole group here is extrememly judgemental.

    I am almost scared to post
    wowow
     
  11. Richard King

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    Posting shouldn't be a problem for anyone if you aren't promoting illegal activities, including hacking or stealing an encrypted signal. Post away.
     
  12. TonyM

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    we are not judgemental. If you ask a question that does not pertain to the illegal viewing of satellite, we will answer

    You ask how to hack a receiver or something of the nature...we will flame you :)
     
  13. Love My TV

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    The intial question did not ask anything about hacking. He said he wanted to sell his Pansat. You guys started in on him for hacking without even asking him.

    go back and read
     
  14. TonyM

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    I have
    He had 2 posts that got deleted my admin because they WERE hack posts

    one was "I can sell you as many 2500's as you want...get all the channels"

    I dont remember the other
     
  15. Love My TV

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    Okay,

    let me ask you this

    what are the lagal fta stations?

    I am considering buying a pansat and I am wondering what are the legal stations to pick up.

    Thanks
     
  16. BabaLouie

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    Visit the Lyngsat website (do a Google search). It lists the available channels and feeds. There's quite a bit of free stuff up there. It's a great hobby--good luck!
     
  17. Richard King

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    FTAMan has a history here. He keeps trying to post hack information and spams. He has had several posts closed in the past for this reason. Without knowing his history you wouldn't be aware of this so I can understand your confusion.
     
  18. PSB

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  19. FTA Michael

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    No, that's actually a list of FTA channels that originate in the United States. Some are carried only in Europe or Asia. The foreign-originated channels that are available in the US aren't listed.

    Anybody ever notice that sticky thread at the top of this topic? The one that says "Free to Air Channels for North America"? The one you can reach here: http://www.dbstalk.com/showthread.php?t=28132 ? Well, that's a really good place to start when you're looking for the FTA channels you can receive around here.
     
  20. PSB

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    Thats why I said "SOME" and "MOST"

    Being a satellite installer and dealer I thought it made more sense sending people to the world leaders Lyngsat and not other dealers websites!

    If you worked at MacDonald's would you send people to Burger King for info on burgers?

    Or would you send a monkey to the store for a bag of peanuts?
     
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