Has anyone modify the SM-2200 Trimax Sat Finder to output to TV??
Like other sat finders does.
Interesting subject I have....
I have a SM-2200 Trimax Satellite finder for finding satellites cordinates and DVB-S2 channels.
The one cool interesting thing it has is it allows you to view the encrypted DVB-S2 channels.
Or scrambled DVB-S2 channels. YES, I know that it's NOT asatellite receiver, but Trimax
does NOT provide audio and video outputs to TV. Just like other sat finders that has audio and
video outouts. But NOT Trimax.
You know what's funny, I've e-mailed Trimax sales representative and their tech support,
asking for a service manual on their SM-2200 Sat finder.
The sale representative replied and said " No, we do not have a service manual for SM-2200."
That's FUNNY. They know that you're trying to watch the encrypted channels from the sat
finder IF it has audio and video outputs.
So, my question for you..... Has anyo of you modify the SM-2200 sat finder to locate
the audio and video output to TV??? It could be done.... My 21 year old nephew told me that
it can be done by open up the SM-2200 sat finder cover, and some how disconnect the screen
display and use it as output to TV????
Most sat finder does have audio and video outputs located on the side of the screen.
The left side if you're facing at the screen. Those sat finders with audio and video outputs
DOESN'T ALLOW YOU TO WATCH THE ENCRYPTED DVB-S2 CHANNELS.
See the differences???? The one that aloows you to view encrypted channels does NOT
provbide audio and video outputs. And the others does that only view non-encrypt channels.
Anyone has a Trimax SM-2200 sat finder and had modified it to provide both audio and video
outputs to TV??? IF so, how do I get your information on how to do it???
Hope my inquiry helps for answers.