- Apr 30, 2004
Just a reminder that this is free HBO and MAX weekend.
angiecopus said:lucky you, i heard dish network was getting the free preview, but looks like to me we are not going to get it at all.
charper1 said:Hmm, my HBO-HD (70) is The Sopranos and its HD for me. If you are here to fire up another HD-Lite war, just go post it in the 100 other HD-Lite threads; if not, what do you mean your HBO-HD is the same as the SD?
rabbitt83 said:im geting the free preview on dish and the hbohd is not hd its sd same picture im pissed its not real hd
Jimbos said:charper1, I think after re reading his post :
im geting the free preview on dish and the hbohd is not hd its sd same picture im pissed its not real hd I think he is looking at DISH network, not D* ....
But I found it hard to understand also, I have HBO on ch 70 and looks like HD to
HBKbiggestfan said:I still got it free. And yes, D* has the CRAPIEST premium Cinemax line-up EVER. 2 FRIGGIN Channels! I wouldn't pay 12 bucks ever for that nor would I pay the lowest possible price of 7 bucks!
HBKbiggestfan said:yeah, because people are and were silly. And although is it is TECHNICALLY 3 channels, essentially it's only 2 because Max and MaxW are the same thing, just for different time zones. They air the same exact movies just at slightly different times, there is no point. Until D* gets the FULL Cinemax line-up (which seems will never happen) I will not be interested. Im sure it is their least popular package. Why doesn't D* have HBO/Cinemax as one package like many cable operators? They are both from Time-Warner, Cinemax is owned by HBO and they have their FREE weekend together. It makes no sense that they aren't together as one package like most cable providers offer.