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    cam for tivusat

    hy ina,

    I would buy a cam for tivusat, many tv other trademarks are perfectly compatible, my tv 47pfl6008s/12 is compatible even if it has the seal tivusat? I'm not interested interactive content, just that operate satellite channels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ambilight View Post
    hy ina,

    I would buy a cam for tivusat, many tv other trademarks are perfectly compatible, my tv 47pfl6008s/12 is compatible even if it has the seal tivusat? I'm not interested interactive content, just that operate satellite channels.

    Hi ambilight,

    If the CAM module/ CI+ card is developed for a service that has certified your TV for their service I don't see any reason as to why it would not be compatible.

    Please speak to the service provider directly with regards to any concerns you may have.
    Alternatively, you can contact the Philips customer service team in your country, as they may have more detailed information in regards to local services:

    http://www.support.philips.com/suppo..._selector.jsp?
    Select your country and preferred language, then Contact.

    Best regards,
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    thanks ina,
    no the tv philips tivusat are not certified, do not have the sticker, it's an incentive for you to apply for the label, since all the competing brands have it.
    In Italy it is quite common platform tivusat, and in some areas is the only way to watch TV channels, as DTT does not always take well.
    However, the cam tivusat is certainly compatible with the CI + standard, so it definitely will work, but will have limitations on additional multimedia functions, which to me little concern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ambilight View Post
    thanks ina,
    no the tv philips tivusat are not certified, do not have the sticker, it's an incentive for you to apply for the label, since all the competing brands have it.
    In Italy it is quite common platform tivusat, and in some areas is the only way to watch TV channels, as DTT does not always take well.
    However, the cam tivusat is certainly compatible with the CI + standard, so it definitely will work, but will have limitations on additional multimedia functions, which to me little concern.

    Hi

    I will pass it on. However I can't comment on any possible ongoing talks between Philips and service providers regarding certification

    Again, for most up to date information about local services the best point of contact would be the local Philips customer service team.

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    I contacted philips months ago before buying my tv (47pfl6008s/12), but knew nothing about it.
    Unfortunately philips is a little behind on certification of platforms, at least in Italy, abroad do not know ... this is sad, because your tv I think they are always excellent in quality audio-video. the software is to be restored, but we already know this ...

    I'd buy the cam tivusat, because having the TV on the wall, I would have everything I need in tv (satellite + terrestrial channels).

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