|Price incl. VAT||£83.15|
|Price excl. VAT||£69.29|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Peak and especially affordable satellite receiver Sencor is the ideal choice for those wishing to receive Czech and Slovak programs broadcast via satellite in high definition. SDB was 6010SI with peciálně tuned and certified in collaboration with Skylink, which is the most widely used satellite service provider in the country. Therefore, it is guaranteed seamless compatibility with cards and Irdeto Irdeto ICE, including new versions of M7.
The receiver is equipped with a fast scan to ensure that tune all the changes in the parameters of the satellite broadcast. The newly added programs in the future for yourself in the receiver automatically updated. There is also a very popular feature on the recording capabilities of USB disk and Timeshift is already miss any of your favorite program. Of course there is the possibility of playing all common types of multimedia files from an external storage.
To connect it to your TV via HDMI (included) that supports high-definition or using a standard SCART which are equipped with older TVs.
1080i / 720p / 576p / 576i; 16: 9/4: 3 compatible
Supported formats playback:
AVI, MKV, DIVX, XVID, MP3, JPEG (not guaranteed support all versions of codecs)
12 V / max. 2 A (AC adapter included with the device)
LNB IN / OUT, HDMI, SCART, LAN, USB, IR, S / PDIF, DC IN
260 × 45 × 185 mm
2x AAA batteries
Sencor was founded in 1969 in Japan. The name "Sencor" means "a thousand hearts" in Japanese. The company currently distributes its products in more than 25 countries, with extremely diverse offerings in consumer electronics, tablets and phones, office equipment, electronics, cars, and products for the home and kitchen. Sencor is known for dependable quality and attractive design at a reasonable price.
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