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How to Program a Pansat Receiver

Electronics
Satellite receivers come in many types and brands depending on the type of satellite dish that you have installed. One type of receiver which works with many types of C-Band satellite and Ku band dishes is made by Pansat. A Pansat receiver is designed to receive signals that are sent free and are no

How to Convert Pal to VHS

Electronics
PAL is the standard video format used predominantly throughout the world (excluding the United States and parts of Asia, who use NTSC). The video frame rate of PAL is 25 frames per second, while NTSC is 24 frames per second. PAL is compatible with VHS tape decks and PAL content can be recorded onto

How to Use a Sansa Clip

Electronics
The Sansa Clip is a small MP3 player made by SanDisk, and is so named for its ability to be clipped onto clothing items. It's fairly simple to use and supports a few different types of audio formats, including MP3s, WAVs and audiobooks. There are a few things you'll need to know in order to properly

How to Share a Bluetooth

Electronics
Though it is used with a variety of technologies, including computers and GPS systems, Bluetooth is most known for its use with cell phones. Since the technology was mainstreamed in the 2000s, a wide variety of mobile device have developed Bluetooth capabilities. Sharing, also known as syncing or pa