Intellian ViP211z Dish Network HD Satellite Recevier

Intellian ViP211z Dish Network HD Satellite Recevier
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ViP®211z Dish Network HD Satelitte Receiver

The DISH ViP®211z is a high-definition (HD), single-tuner satellite receiver. Smaller and lighter than previous models, with a processor more than twice as fast and twice the internal memory. Its compact design (2"h x 12.9"w x 8.9"d) is perfect in limited space. The ViP®211z supports one TV in high-definition (HD) or standard-definition (SD), four display resolutions and Dolby® Surround Sound.

  • 2"H x 12.9"W x 8.9"D
  • 110V
  • Infrared remote control included
  • HDMI (HD) video output
  • RCA composite (SD) video output
  • Tuner module: 8PSK
  • DRAM memory: 256 MB
  • Flash memory: 32 MB
  • Processor speed: 100 DMIPS
  • Receiver family: Solo HD (411, ViP 211, ViP 211k, 211z)
  • Modem for caller ID/DISHComm: No

Note: The ViP211z is comparable to the 211k and is compatible with all DISH-specific satellite antennas, including the Tailgater by DISH.

In The Box:
  • DISH ViP211z Satellite Receiver
  • Remote Control with 2 AA Batteries
  • 6' A/V Cable
  • 8' HDMI cable
  • 3-Prong Power Cable

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