Spiderbox HD9900 HD receiver.
2 card readers, 1 CI slot, Supports MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264 and fully DVB compliant, DiSEqC 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 and USALS
Aspect ratio adjustment 4:3 (16/9 crop), 4:3 (16/9 letterbox), 16:9 (4/3 pillar box), User friendly OSD and operation
Total 10,000 Channels Programmable, Multi-language audio support Multi-language menu text support,
Favorite channel selections, Parental Guide and rating control, On-Screen Display with 65,536 Colours,
Blind scan(Power Scan), Zoom Function, Dolby Digital Bitstream Out through S/PDIF(Optical & Coaxal)
Multiple Video Outputs - “HDMI1.1, Component(YPbPr), Composite”, 2 X USB 2.0, RS232 PVR Ready via USB
Ethernet, Home streaming.
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For a similar product, check out the Protek 9760
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