Thinking of buying a DISH222 and have questions... (1 Viewer)

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fhsucade07

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The receiver I am talking about (if purchased) is at the following link:

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I have wanted DISH Network programming in our bedroom for quite sometime. The television set in the bedroom is an HDTV and the living room television is still an SD set. I'm curious about how both televisions would be hooked up to the one box. Would I need to do something with the wiring under the house and will I be charged an additional amount each month for having DISH on an additional television set?
 
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The receiver I am talking about (if purchased) is at the following link:

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I have wanted DISH Network programming in our bedroom for quite sometime. The television set in the bedroom is an HDTV and the living room television is still an SD set. I'm curious about how both televisions would be hooked up to the one box. Would I need to do something with the wiring under the house and will I be charged an additional amount each month for having DISH on an additional television set?
There is a coaxial output for TV2 (your SD set). You would need to run a cable to it from the 222. No, you will not be charged per TV, just per receiver.
 

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If you have the 222 connected to a phone line, you will only pay one more AO fee. If you don't connect it to phone, you will pay for 2 AOs.
 

fhsucade07

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There is a coaxial output for TV2 (your SD set). You would need to run a cable to it from the 222. No, you will not be charged per TV, just per receiver.

So, essentially, my bill won't change because I'll be disconnecting the one receiver from the SD and connecting both televisions sets to this receiver.

Thanks for this info...
 
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