cable box


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cable box

n.
An electronic tuning device, often including a descrambler, that allows channels transmitted by cable to be selected for viewing on a television.
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Then enjoy the convenience of being able to record up to six shows at once, and enjoy the flexibility of watching these recordings on any cable box in your network.
I drive along Cambridge Road at least once a week and the cable box at the junction of Cambridge Road and Roman Road is a disgrace.
Tenders are invited for Supply & work of Outdoor & strait joint cable box and Indoor cable box hit
The remote is designed to allow seniors to easily operate their cable box, and TV and it is compatible with all major brands.
A CableCard looks like a metal credit card and it replaces the cable box (and its remote control) that used to clutter up your TV area.
Cable box data collected each second in prime time uncovered what shows (and commercials) people watched on five networks, and how choices changed when the programming went to a commercial.
A FAMILY home was built so close to a telephone cable box its front door is blocked.
Every cable box in the Yardley constituency has been treated with anti-graffiti paint, meaning the work of vandals can be easily wiped off with soapy water.
Because someone had stolen an electric cable box from K127, an overnight train from Xian to Changchun, the train crew could not get a proper signal to make the train stop, the official Xinhua News Agency reported.
Still, with Viacom's megabucks behind it, the MTV-Showtime channel remains the lavender elephant in the cable box.
They haven't seen them as a way to add value to the cable box.