Units are sold as "RAW" & "Unmodified" Meaning we sell the unit
without installing a test chip inside of the unit.Although
"test chips are easily available on the net, we do not offer them for
sale or install them.
all descramblers sold on the net start out as an addressable unit. When
a "test chip" is installed into a cable box it will "turn it on" to
full Viewing and allow access to all channels the cable company offers.
We do not install these test chips in the units we sell. We can their
for offer them at a substantially lower price directly to you. No other
company on the net will sell you cable boxes unmodified because they
want to inflate the price 100% to 300% We offer you an alternative choice.
also do not take phone orders until you become an established dealer.
Our DPV-7 Unit is advertised for as low as $15 each. Most companies
on the net sell these for no less than $125 each. We also offer reduced
pricing for larger orders. We offer the viewmaster
4000+ view master 4000 plus unmodified cable box descrambler at
a low price.
this web site we tell you exactly how it is.Their
are no gimmicks, No price inflation's. We simply give you the choice that no other web site's offer!
Info: It's Unbeatable! 30 Day
Warranty on our brand
new products only excluding the remote control units. Warranty is
void only if the unit is tampered with. This is the same type of warranty
you would expect to find in a local retail outlet. Anything goes wrong,
just return it. Original equipment carries no warranty.
is digital cable & how does it work? Digital cable is not
sent down the cable line as a scrambled signal. Traditional analogue
cable is scrambled, digital is not. Don't be fooled by people telling
you that digital is scrambled. Digital cable signals are transmitted
down the cable line to your digital converter. Your converter is setup
to turn on certain channels that you are paying for. Your cable system
communicates with your converter box and that is how your available
channels are displayed. For example: If you subscribe to HBO, Cinemax,
Showtime & Starz and those channels are located on 500 through 525
then your cable system will tell your digital converter to "turn
on" those channels. Before the cable system used to tell your analog
converter to "unscramble" those channels via your cable box
descrambler. With digital cable their is no scrambling of the signal,
it's digitized instead. This is a much more secure way of delivering
higher quality content to your television screen for you to view. If
you were to make a digital converter which will be very difficult for
you to do, but if you did make one then it would likely get you all
of the channels offered by the cable company. The one problem is that
the cable company has the ability to change their delivery code format
to your box and they have billions of codes to choose from. If you somehow
were able to get the billions of code into your converter that you have
built then you might have a chance of getting all of the channels, and
you may have a chance of selling your converters to cable systems since
in effect you would have created a digital cable converter.
most people think digital cable is a rip off and it has no value? My answer to this question is because you people are not as stupid as
the cable companies think you are. You are smart enough to know that
the day you switched from analog cable to digital cable and you hooked
up that fancy new digital cable box to your TV expecting a much better
quality picture and you quickly realized that it looks no better than
analogue did, but yet your paying much more for it, you decided right
then that digital is just a rip off, right? Well if you did then you
and I agree. The problem is that even though this new great high tech
digital is now in your living room costing you much more than analogue
ever did, the signal is still traveling down the same old line it always
did, down 100+ streets around 200 corners, under rivers, freeways and
sewer lines before it gets to your home. Of course it's going to be
degraded before it reaches you. Their is only one way to avoid all of
this and that is to forget about cable and go to www.DirectTV.com and
get satellite. This is true digital and once you have looked into Direct
TV you will never think about digital cable and the cable companies
ripping you off again. Still not convinced cable is a rip off? Ask your
local cable company how much do they charge for "local channels
only" the bare minimum package, then contact Direct TV and ask
them what local channels cost. You will find that Direct TV is around
$4.99 per month and your local cable company will want somewhere between
$10 and $18 with an average around $15 per month just for local channels.
Forget it! Want our suggestion? We suggest you either stay with your
analog service for as long as possible and if you get forced to pay
more and move to digital, just give up and contact Direct TV instead.
Now, why did I tell you about all of this? I told you because their
is nothing available for digital cable.
is an "Unmodified cable box or unmodified cable box descrambler"? And why do you call them unmodified? The answer is simple. Since it
is VERY well known that many people on the net sell boxes that will
get you all of the channels without using any cable company equipment
"it's up to you to notify the cable company" we have decided
to tell you why we call our boxes by a slightly different name phrase.
We call them unmodified. The reason for this is we want to distinguish
between everyone elses boxes and our boxes. We do not install the commonly
known "5 minute install plug and play decoder kits" inside
of any of the boxes we sell. Yes, it is possible to modify our boxes,
it's possible to modify the cable companies original equipment boxes,
it's even possible to modify a VCR or for that fact you could stick
one of those 5 minute install decoder kits right into your TV set and
it would work if you can find the video feed line but we don't sell
these 5 minute install plug and play decoder kits AKA boss boards. We
only sell just the cable boxes, just like the cable companies sell and
rent. We are not in the business of selling decoders, decoder kits,
test kits or test chips. Everyone else sells those things, we do not.
We could if we wanted to, but we choose to not sell those items, instead
we simply sell unmodified cable boxes at great low prices wholesale
to the public or to any cable company or system that wants to buy our
inventory. We even manufacture our own universal boxes and you will
know this when you by our boxes and see the FCC stamp we have earned
located on the bottom of each box, it will also say A.P.I. Inc. which
is the name of our company. Our products are 100% legal no questions
asked. If you need more information about unmodified cable boxes, we
would be happy to give that to you. Just click
here to email us right now and ask us for more info.