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EYE TV Biss KeY On PakSat-1R @38.0East 2021

EYE TV Biss KeY On PakSat-1R @38.0East 2021

EYE TV
On
PakSat-1R @38.0E
FREQ: 4038 V 4800
MPEG4/HD/Encrypt
SID: 0026
BISS KEY:
1234 569C ABCD EF67

 

The first EyeTV hardware device was introduced in November 2002.[1] It was a small USB-powered device that contained a cable tuner and hardware encoder in order to convert television video into an MPEG-1 format for watching on a computer.[2] It also had coaxial and RCA plugs to connect it with a VCR or camcorder.[2] A 2002 article in Macworld said it was the “first step” in bridging computers and television, but at this point still had “some kinks”.[2]

The next iteration was released in 2004 and called EyeTV 200. EyeTV 200 introduced a digital remote control and converted video programming into the higher-quality MPEG-2 format.[1][3] A Macworld review gave it 4 out of 5 stars for “very good” and emphasized the video quality and ease-of-use.[1] A story in the Washington Post said it was more expensive than some alternatives, but worked on a Mac and had good-quality recordings.[3] Also in 2004 the first EyeTV product for satellite television was introduced with the EyeTV 310,[4] which was later discontinued and replaced with EyeTV Sat.[5]

 

 

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