Digibox


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Digibox

(ˈdɪdʒɪˌbɒks)
n
(Broadcasting) trademark a device which converts the signals from a digital television broadcast into a form which can be viewed on a standard television set
[C20: from digi(tal) (sense 3) + box1]
Translations
digiboksi
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To take up the free mini-dish and digibox from Sky you must be eligible for and enter into the Interactive Discount Contract with Marketing Contributions Ltd (a BiB company).
A shoplifter was caught red-handed trying to steal a digibox and six bottles of vodka.
IT won't be long before Channel 4 renames itself Channel Fourth Reich, only available on pay-per-view by means of inserting a race card into a digibox.
They stole two gold bracelets belonging to Jade's one-year-old twins Chloe and Ashley, a DVD player, video, digibox, her older son Andrew's PlayStation set and games - and even Jade's giro cheque.
However, you won't receive them without a digibox - the magic device that can turn your humble television into a 21st century toy.
Ford spokesman Paul Wilson said: "There is nothing in the radios compatible with a digibox so these people are wasting their time.
If he or she can give me a TV which really will inundate me with Welsh-language programmes, then he or she is welcome to keep my digibox with dozens of channels, all but two broadcasting entirely in English.
BT insisted there must be a fault in the digibox, which is linked to his phone and TV.
But the site says viewers can buy a minidish and digibox from BSkyB themselves - without signing up for a Sky subscription - for a one-off payment of pounds 120 which includes installation that will provide every regional variation of BBC1,2,3,4, News24, BBC Parliament, CBBC, CBeebies and every national BBC radio station including digital stations and the interactive BBCi.
Installation cost: pounds 10 special offer until December 12, with free minidish and digibox.
c) Copyright 2000 InterTrust and DigiBox are registered trademarks of InterTrust Technologies Corporation, and InterRights Point, the InterTrust logo, MetaTrust, MetaTrust-Certified, MetaTrust Utility, PowerChord, Rights/PD and Rights/System are trademarks of InterTrust Technologies Corporation, all of which may or may not be used in certain jurisdictions.
Each correct "guess" scores points and at the end of the match the final score is submitted by the Sky digibox to check whether the viewer qualifies to win a cash prize of up to pounds 3,000.