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    Where in this city can you find FTA recievers?

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    MTV - corner of Wellington and Tancred.

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    I have a brand new one that has all the pieces to connect it to the internet and it updates itself. If interested pm me. Not at home now so the brand name is slipping my mind at the time. Pretty sure its nfusion but have to wait till I get home.

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    what are you asking for it?

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    $225 with the internet connection modules.

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    http://www.pricecanada.com/search.ph...ampaign=brands
    What makes it different from these ones?

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    Mine is the Nfusion with all the net adapters. I paid it $280 shipped to my door but never used it. I know thought that the one I have is still working with both providers. Not all channels on both but is working. Also mine is an original and not a clone which is something you have to watch out for.

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    What model is it?
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    Nfusion with netowrk adapters. never taken out of the box

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    Nfusion is also running bev right now unlike all the others. Thought about getting one but I will hold out till dish goes n3. I hate bev programming. Canadian tv sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy View Post
    $225 with the internet connection modules.
    Bit expensive don't you think, since the two lower end nfusion models go for $154 and $166, and those are both net connected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy View Post
    Nfusion with netowrk adapters. never taken out of the box
    Yep, I know it is an Nfusion, BUT I need the model... Solaris or Nova?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NetDawg View Post
    Bit expensive don't you think, since the two lower end nfusion models go for $154 and $166, and those are both net connected.

    Well then go buy it there then. Also don't forget to add your shipping to that price which is more than likely also a US price. Gotta love it when a high on his horse MOD on here thinks he knows better than everyone else and can insult others in other threads and still is able to post. Care to provide the link showing that it has all the pieces the one I have comes with.

    I am going to check the model number now for you Praire and will post it in a few.

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    Praire you will ahve to wait till the old lady gets home cause she put it away and I cant find it.

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    It the Nfusion Nova same as this one

    http://realdeal2005.ecrater.com/product.php?pid=3029749

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    If it is a Nova, I'm looking for a Solaris.

    Thank you anyways.
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    I have a Viewsat Ultra for sale... $100.00

    PM please
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    I bought an Nfusion Phoenix from here a couple months ago. Paid $199 at the time plus tax and shipping was free. Not a clone and received it in 2 days. Price is up $5 from when I bought it. If you add the powerline adapters the price goes up. I didn't buy any, just ran a cat 5 from my router to the box. It's a canadian price as well



    http://www.canadasat.com/home.php?cat=77

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    Quote Originally Posted by someguy View Post
    Well then go buy it there then. Also don't forget to add your shipping to that price which is more than likely also a US price. Gotta love it when a high on his horse MOD on here thinks he knows better than everyone else and can insult others in other threads and still is able to post. Care to provide the link showing that it has all the pieces the one I have comes with.

    I am going to check the model number now for you Praire and will post it in a few.
    Well, that was uncalled for. He was extremely high in his pricing for a used receiver.

    Besides, this isn't the For Sale section.

    $154.99 plus $6.99 shipping is Canadian pricing, so yes, I do know better than you someguy.

    http://canadacomputers.com/index.php...cid=ET.679.311

    $166 for the Solaris, plus $6.99 shipping:

    http://canadacomputers.com/index.php...cid=ET.679.311

    Still not close to $225 for a used one.
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