Concur. Ive had center ice previously and changed to Gamecenter this year. The flexibility of watching on virtually any platform, PC, iPad, phone, AppleTV or game console is worth every penny of the subscription.elmafu69 said:This is why I didn't order center ice with dish. I have gamecenter live which I stream to my ps3/pc/ipad/phone etc. much better control and all it takes is changing the hdmi input on the tv plus I can watch it when my wife watches her shows.
If they can be recorded, can you then watch the playback on the dvr right away?Live PPV events are not able to be streamed by the Sling Adapter. You can record an event on the Center Ice channels and then watch the recorded event. If you have any additional questions feel free to send me a PM. Thanks!
Don't know about this ppv but regular channel program that is in recording can be viewed on sling without any problem. Test it out yourselfdwarren2 said:If they can be recorded, can you then watch the playback on the dvr right away?
Yes....I believe you will be very happy with the result assuming you have enough bandwidth. The quality of the picture is very good on a 32" HDTV. Like I said earlier, I switched to Gamecenter this year because of the flexibility. Ive watched games on the PC, Apple TV and PS3 at home and while on the road. The quality (frame rate, smoothness) seems to be better on the PC and PS3 than the Apple TV. Im thinking the Apple TV is a bit underpowered as compared to the other two. The additional features, (DVR, archived games, in game stats, choice of home and away feeds, etc.) is a real value add over CI. The only downside is game blackouts when games are shown on VS or NHL Network.Islandguy43 said:Have you tried watching it on a hdtv by means of a hdmi output on a laptop? I plan to give it shot next year rather than the standard NHLCI package, that I have had for years.