> In all likelyhood, your cable tv channels aren't even getting into the
> house. They use trap filters to segment the signal so ONLY your cable modem
> channels go in and out. Also, the Cable Companies WILL prosecute cable
> theft. They're doing it even more and more these days so ask yourself, is
> it worth it?
Rehardless of whether the signal is entering the house or not and if they'll
prosecute or not, the cable modem operates above and below the T.V.
Channels.... You could intercept them if you tried (You'd have to do some
hardware modeification I think, but I don't know anything about that...),let
alone decode the and output them to your T.V..... But an interesting
> >HI DUDES:
> > Iz there any pozibility to decodify pay-per-view cable-TV channels with
> >my 10 mbit/s connection on a Cable modem?
> > I have a pentium 90 processor with 48 Mb ram, but i'm thinking on
> >a new K6 266 Mhz overclocked to 333 Mhz with 128 Mb SDRAM, and a Mpeg-2
> > Pliz tell me if i can decodify da signals in real time with my computer
> >or if i need any other thing to hack it (like a manual to make some
> >hack machine)!
> > Then how can i get the stream from a cable-tv from USA via internet?
> >Need i to hack their server?
> > And finally if it iz possible to decodiy da MPEG-2 signals from my
> >mpeg-2 card, and if some pay-per-view channels (like movies channels) in
> >are traslated to Spanish since mpeg-2 (AC-3) can accept 8 audio channels!
> > THANX A
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