On the front, there are two CI sockets, which can take PC cards for conditional access modules, and a single card slot.
Like most freesat or Sky boxes, there are two DVB-S2 tuners in this receiver.
This is incredibly clever, and a smashing idea for full-on telly nerds.
We didn't have a compatible stick, so couldn't test it, but there's information online about getting it all working.
To use these, you'll need two cables coming from your dish to the box.
You get HDMI and optical digital audio outputs along with HD component video outputs.
For standard definition, there are scart sockets and composite RCA jacks.
For adding hard drives, or other accessories, there are a pair of USB sockets, along with the Ethernet socket, to give the TM-Twin access to your network, to allow streaming.
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