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[ale] Is this for Real



On Monday 09 April 2007 5:27:26 pm Jim Moore wrote:
> James Taylor wrote:
> >Seeing as how they started encrypting all the satellite feeds a few years
> > back, I'd say it was either a scam or illegal. -jt
> >
> >
> >James Taylor
> >The East Cobb Group, Inc.
> >678-697-9420
> >james.taylor at eastcobbgroup.com
> >http://www.eastcobbgroup.com
> >
> >>>>On Mon, Apr 9, 2007 at  4:50 PM, in message
> >>>> <461AA711.5030904 at bellsouth.net>,
> >
> >Jim Moore <j9916moore at bellsouth.net> wrote:
> >>Anyone on list know anything about this?
> >>Sounds too good to be true!
> >>
> >>Could this be used to replace satellite TV?
> >>
> >>http://www.satellitetvtopc.com/?hop=sattvemail
> >>
> >>Jim
> >>
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> Thanks for your reply.  I know that almost without fail if something
> sounds too good to be true it's a hoax.
>
> Jim


I can't speak for the site metioned.  But there is free satelite tv.  Google 
Free-to-air (FTA) satellite tv and you will find a whole slew of equipment 
and information about free satelite tv.  As mentioned by others it is all 
unencrypted, but you would be surprised what is available.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free-to-air

I have also heard, but not seen that the direct tv signals can be decrypted 
and watched if you use a computer controlled receiver.


Dan