A cost effective and flexible solution which allows two XtraView capable DStv decoders* to be linked together in one household, at the cost of a single subscription plus a ...
Two decoders* are linked to work under a single subscription. Each decoder is independently connected to the satellite dish and each decoder has a smartcard. In the XtraView ...
You will need to pay a monthly access fee over and above your normal subscription. This access fee is equivalent to the one currently payable for SD PVR and Dual View decoder ...
Using the Dual View decoder subscribers were able to watch 2 different channels in 2 different rooms using a single decoder. This solution works off two separate ...
Standard Decoder (DSD1110, DSD1131 and DSD1132)
HD PVR (2 Tuner, 4 Tuner)
Available combinations are:
Standard Decoder + Standard Decoder
It is not commercially viable for MultiChoice to make this option available.
Yes, it is planned that all future generations of MultiChoice digital satellite decoders will come with XtraView capability.
Customers who subscribe to the following bouquets:
DStv Bue (Portuguese) bouquet
All DStv Franciase ...
DStv EasyView DStv Commercial (bars, clubs and hotels) It is not commercially viable to offer the XtraView solution on these bouquets.
XtraView allows two qualifying decoders to be linked together in one household without having to pay two full subscriptions. Depending on the allowed decoder combination, you ...
Depending on which decoder combination you chose, you can view two to three channels at the same time on different TV sets. Each room has its own remote control linked to its ...
You will need two XtraView capable decoders and two or more TV sets - depending on the decoder combination you have chosen.
A qualifying bouquet subscription.
An upgraded ...
You may keep your existing smartcard (which will not be functional after XtraView activation) However, you will then need to buy the new Zeta+2 smartcard in order to activate ...
Contact your nearest MultiChoice Contact Centre or Accredited Installer
If you own a DSD1110 or SD PVR it can be used as part of the system.
All future decoders will have the ability to connect to the XtraView solution.
In this way you can protect ...
Subscribers do not need to install an additional dish to enjoy the XtraView solution; however you will need to upgrade your existing installation to be XtraView capable. The ...
No, your existing decoder can be made ready with an over the air software upgrade once the software is ready.
On your remote control press:
The remote control that comes with the 1110 decoder can be used with all XtraView capable decoders.
The remote control that comes with the HD PVR can be used with all XtraView ...
There is an additional monthly access fee for XtraView. This access fee is equivalent to the one currently payable for SD PVR and Dual View decoder functionalities.
The additional monthly access fee for XtraView is the same, regardless of the decoder combination used.
XtraView is not available to commercial subscribers.
Currently you are able to only connect a network of two decoders. Therefore your billing will be for one XtraView solution.
You are limited to only 1 (one) XtraView product per account.
My account shows that I am being double billed.
If you are a 1110 – 1110 XtraView Subscriber please contact the ...
There will be separate Decoder Care Contracts for each decoder. Both decoders will therefore need to be insured.
The process was made as simple and as flexible as possible without compromising security on the system.
The “heartbeat” is the communication sent every 30 seconds from the primary decoder to the secondary decoder via the RF cable which connects the two decoders. The “heartbeat” ...
If the cable is removed or the “heartbeat” lost for more than 3 minutes, the secondary decoder loses video & audio until the cable is replaced or the “heartbeat” ...
A compliant installation is one where :
decoders from a valid XtraView Combo have independently been connected to the satellite dish
both decoders have the latest ...
Most smartcards in decoders purchased after April 2008 should be XtraView capable. However, we recommend that you go through the following process to be sure:
Look at the ...
Older smart cards do not have the necessary technology to support the XtraView solution.
Please verify your smartcard model by checking the bottom left hand corner of your ...
Go to Information Central (SD and HD navigation)
Look at XtraView status (SD PVR, 1110, HD PVR – different screens)
If Status is “Available”, your software is XtraView ...