Local Channels with Winegard G2 (2 Viewers)

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DrC78

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Set the G2 up for our RV, but can't get local channels, which means for football season the satellite is useless :=(
Live in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anyone have any hints or tips?
 

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Myrtle Beach is an MPEG4 only DMA, which means all the locals come from one of the HD satellites (99s I believe). That means you will need an HD dish (Slimline) and an HD receiver to get the locals.
 

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:welcome to Satelliteguys DrC78!
Like texasbrit said, you need an hd setup to receive your local channels.
 

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Set the G2 up for our RV, but can't get local channels, which means for football season the satellite is useless :=(
Live in Myrtle Beach, SC
Anyone have any hints or tips?
Sunday Ticket ?


Is that still available on the SD side of things ?

Mertle Beach is where your wanting locals from ?
 

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Myrtle Beach is an MPEG4 only DMA, which means all the locals come from one of the HD satellites (99s I believe). That means you will need an HD dish (Slimline) and an HD receiver to get the locals.
Yup, they are on the 99 Sat, trn 3
Nothing listed as SD for that market.
 

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Actually there is an info channel that somehow is considered local for Myrtle Beach.
 
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