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01-16-2009 05:28 PM #7
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01-16-2009 06:55 PM #8SatelliteGuys Freshman
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Cool ........ thanks everybody. I had DTV up till 3 years ago when I switched to cable for Howard Stern on demand. Wasn't worth it ......... cable sucks.
Glad to be back and love it!!!!! ! have 3 HD DVRS, and 2 SD DVR's for almost $100 month LESS than cable with the same # of boxes and way more HD channles.
01-22-2009 02:04 PM #9
I get programing in the lower numbers, but not in the higher ones. I called DirecTv and was told it is nothing to worry about, but I am concerned. If I cannot get Showtime, etc. MPEG 4 now will I be able to get Showtime, etc. after the switch in February?
01-22-2009 02:11 PM #10
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01-22-2009 03:33 PM #12
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Can you be a bit clearer on what higher number channels you can't receive. If it's just the higher number channels for the 70's that are mirrored on MPEG4 like HBO at 501 and TNT at 245 then you should check your signal readings for the 99(c) satellite, they should be at least in the 70's with upper 80's lower 90's as preferred readings. If they aren't you might need to have your dish aligned better.