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How to Choose the Right TV Satellite Receiver

Do you have a problem with finding the right TV satellite receiver? If you do, then you have come to the right place. As we all know, we live in a modern world where everything is being improved and developed including televisions. Yes, most people in the whole world do not have that bulky TV with limited channels. Instead, they have flat and modest TVs that you can hang on your wall with so many channels. With that being said, for you to be able to enjoy many interesting channels on your flat TV, you need to have a satellite TV receiver.

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The first thing that you need to pay attention to is the price. As there are so many kinds and types of the receiver, it is no surprise when each of them has different prices. It is spotted that the lowest price is around $39 while the highest price is around $440. To choose the best receiver, you need to know the features of the receiver such as ports, type, display, number of satellites that can be accessed, size & weight, extras and also what included in the package.

Construction and Design
As we have stated before, there are usually six features inside each of the receivers that you need to pay attention to.

·  Size and Weight
    The receiver is, generally, compact portable box that has dimensions around 20 by 20 inches and 5-inch height. 

·  Ports
    As for the ports, if the TV satellite receiver has USB ports, then you are dealing with a high-tech and you will be able to connect a hard drive, Wi-Fi adapter, and many more.

·  Display
    The receiver works by taking the encrypted information that is received from a satellite and construct it into a format that your TV can get. To put it simply, if the TV channel is created in an HD display, then the receiver will give your TV the same format. 

·  Type
    This refers to the program access options available with the receiver including free-to-air and pay-TV.

·  Number of Satellites
    You need to make sure that whichever receiver that you choose, it has to be compatible with the antenna or satellite dish. 

·  Extras
    Extras mean remote control. There are two types of this remote. The first one is the RF or Remote Finder which can be used to control the TV satellite receiver even if you are in a different room. The second one is the IR or Infrared Remote that needs to be pointed at the device for it to work.

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