User Manual: How to Use TBS6991 to Watch Satellite Encrypted TV on Window Media Center

TBS6991 PCI-E DVB-S2 Dual Tuner Dual CI card is the high end satellite TV tuner built with dual Common Interface support, which allows insertion of two CAMs and two smartcards for recording two different PayTV( encrypted) channels at the same time. After its release, it is widely popular with satellite hobbyists and IPTV providers. This articles will focus on how to use TBS6991 to watch satellite or PayTV on Window Media Center.

Part 1: Hardware Installation

Disconnect the power and remove computer cover. You will see an empty PCI Express slot at the right side of the mother board. Just insert TBS6991 into the PCIe slot and fix the card bracket with screw. Please make sure the card fit PCIe slot tightly. The next is to put back the computer cover and connect the IR receiver to the TBS6991 card.

Note: Make sure that your satellite dish aimed at the right satellite and connect dish LNB to PCI card “LNB IN” with cable. Continue reading User Manual: How to Use TBS6991 to Watch Satellite Encrypted TV on Window Media Center

User Manual: How to Use TBS6928 to Watch TV on Windows7 Media Center

Watching satellite PayTV programs is one of the most popular options in today’s viewing market.Hundreds of excellent channels, clear reception, and an ability to receive programming from all over the world are among the benefits of satellite TV. Though it might be a little expensive of subscription fees, people still enjoy great funs from the PayTV service. Recently TBS has developed and released a new DVB S2 card which is specially designed to watch PayTV on PC. TBS6928 is an external PCIe DVB S2 TV Card with CI  slot. It is equipped with a CAM slot at the left of the card for plug-in CAM, which ensures you to connect a CAM with a compatible Pay-TV Smartcard subscription to enjoy Pay-TV channels. This article will focus on how to us TBS6928 watch PayTV on Window Media Center. Continue reading User Manual: How to Use TBS6928 to Watch TV on Windows7 Media Center